The corporate headquarters of Purohit Navigation, a healthcare communications and advertising agency, is comprised of approximately 10,000-square-feet. The office is situated on the 62 floor of the tallest building in the city, The Willis Tower, in the heart of the Chicago Loop and just steps away from Metra stations and CTA stops.
An open space with natural light was created with an emphasis on a central collaborative area to support creative thinking. With a design concept called “The Creative Path,” the space explores and represents Purohit’s creative thought process and highlights the firm’s branding colors and graphics. Each of the Purohit branding colors represent different aspects of the company, including its people, services, work, and more. The color concepts and client process helped to guide the design by Ware Malcomb.
All millwork was custom designed to fit the needs of Purohit, whether it was used for storage or to highlight its awards and accolades, all while maintaining a clean façade.
“It was important for Purohit to express their brand personality while also creating a design that would accommodate this company,” says Dawn Riegel, director, interior architecture & design of Ware Malcomb’s Chicago offices. “It was a pleasure to work with their creative team to strike the right balance. The result is an office environment that will inspire employees and clients alike for years to come.”
The general contractor for the project was Bear Construction.
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