Draper & Kramer sought to establish a new benchmark for their office function and design. The design team leveraged high ceilings, abundant natural light, and exposed structural elements to create an industrial chic aesthetic. Located on the top floor of a 1983-era office park, the 6,500 sf shell space was virtually a blank slate. Brick from the building’s exterior and an exposed ceiling formed by the underside of the roof’s metal pan deck informed an aesthetic direction. The industrial chic space mixes modern and industrial elements with refined finishes and an open layout. The office is organized into a public side to host clients and a more private section for employees that comprises a combination of private offices and an open office area. Finishes help to demarcate these functions while avoiding a physical separation. A monolithic marble wall is the only physical separation and creates a feature wall for the lounge area. Aesthetically, even though it is modern, the client wanted texture throughout with natural elements like the natural stone wall and heavily grained woods. The combination of materials is eclectic: applied exposed brick, mixed-metals, wood, stone, leather, and fabrics—making the corporate office space feel just a little bit quirky.