2019

BigCommerce Headquarters

When BigCommerce decided to expand onto the first floor of their headquarters building, I was given the opportunity to lead the design of the graphics for the new space.

I developed a proposal and worked closely with our internal creative and facilities teams, architectural firm, and third party vendors to see the project through from concept to completion.

In total, the project included eight murals, a wood installation and signage for the reception, a wayfinding system and signage for three floors, as well as wallpaper and art selection.

I designed five of the murals and glass film for all conference rooms. This was a unique challenge because the film had to provide a balance of both privacy (for security purposes and to reduce distraction) and visibility (in order to see if the room was occupied). 

When BigCommerce decided to expand onto the first floor of their headquarters building, I was given the opportunity to lead the design of the graphics for the new space.

I developed a proposal and worked closely with our internal creative and facilities teams, architectural firm, and third party vendors to see the project through from concept to completion.

In total, the project included eight murals, a wood installation and signage for the reception, a wayfinding system and signage for three floors, as well as wallpaper and art selection.

I designed five of the murals and glass film for all conference rooms. This was a unique challenge because the film had to provide a balance of both privacy (for security purposes and to reduce distraction) and visibility (in order to see if the room was occupied). 

When BigCommerce decided to expand onto the first floor of their headquarters building, I was given the opportunity to lead the design of the graphics for the new space.

I developed a proposal and worked closely with our internal creative and facilities teams, architectural firm, and third party vendors to see the project through from concept to completion.

In total, the project included eight murals, a wood installation and signage for the reception, a wayfinding system and signage for three floors, as well as wallpaper and art selection.

I designed five of the murals and glass film for all conference rooms. This was a unique challenge because the film had to provide a balance of both privacy (for security purposes and to reduce distraction) and visibility (in order to see if the room was occupied). 

When BigCommerce decided to expand onto the first floor of their headquarters building, I was given the opportunity to lead the design of the graphics for the new space.

I developed a proposal and worked closely with our internal creative and facilities teams, architectural firm, and third party vendors to see the project through from concept to completion.

In total, the project included eight murals, a wood installation and signage for the reception, a wayfinding system and signage for three floors, as well as wallpaper and art selection.

I designed five of the murals and glass film for all conference rooms. This was a unique challenge because the film had to provide a balance of both privacy (for security purposes and to reduce distraction) and visibility (in order to see if the room was occupied). 

When BigCommerce decided to expand onto the first floor of their headquarters building, I was given the opportunity to lead the design of the graphics for the new space.

I developed a proposal and worked closely with our internal creative and facilities teams, architectural firm, and third party vendors to see the project through from concept to completion.

In total, the project included eight murals, a wood installation and signage for the reception, a wayfinding system and signage for three floors, as well as wallpaper and art selection.

I designed five of the murals and glass film for all conference rooms. This was a unique challenge because the film had to provide a balance of both privacy (for security purposes and to reduce distraction) and visibility (in order to see if the room was occupied).

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Environmental design
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Interior design

 

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Art Direction & Design
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Clay Colwell, Creative Director

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