Cloverleaf Office Park, recognizing the trend in outdoor work spaces, asked our firm to design a place where tenants could co-mingle with other organizations, connect with co-workers or work outside independently. They wanted to be an attractive office park for companies with a younger workforce, so creating a flexible environment was a top priority.

The new space is not intended to be used exclusively for work. In fact, Cloverleaf often hosts food trucks or ice cream socials here in the afternoons. We incorporated a number of seating options to increase the comfortability of the space. It was important to our team, as well as Cloverleaf, to create a place where people wanted to spend time. Plant materials, like lilac trees, artic fire dogwood, and fragrant sumac, also help to enhance the area.