San Diego Business Journal


Employee-Focused Work Space Now a Table Stake, Not a Differentiator By Jessica King Originally published July 6, 2017 at 2:01 p.m., updated July 6, 2017 at 2:01 p.m.

Photo courtesy of RMA Photography
Reflexion Health’s new office downtown features a wide variety of work space.

PRIVATE AREAS Photo courtesy of RMA Photography Reflexion Health’s new office downtown features a wide variety of work space.

Center for Creative Leadership

3377 N. Torrey Pines Court, San Diego

Hollander Design Group worked with CCL’s steering committee to reflect the culture of the organization in the three-floor, 33,000-square-foot space in Torrey Pines. It’s both a working environment and a motivational setting for staff, educators and clients.

Rivo Holdings

530 B St., San Diego

Rivo Holdings moved in to its 15,100-square-foot downtown office at 530 B St. at the end of last year. Millennials make up 80 percent of its workforce, so Rivo Holdings was looking to build a sense of community and showcase how it values employees. The company, which provides contact center solutions for a variety of customer-facing companies in the finance sector, worked with BNIM on the design of the project.

High Moon Studios

2501 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad

The recently completed 30,000-square-foot corporate headquarters is a gamers’ delight. It conveys the culture of the company with game-themed art throughout, an expansive break room and hospitality area, open design housing up to 175 creators and contemporary design for administrators as well. LPA Inc. and Innovative Commercial Environments worked on the project.


10201 Wateridge Circle

San Diego

Amobee’s 16,000-square-foot office in Sorrento Mesa is the epitome of Millennial office space: open, social, collaborative, cool vibe and offering many options for working untethered. Amobee is a marketing technology company that provides data for agencies, brands and publishers. They worked with AVRP Skyport Studios to create a start-up vibe, including standup work stations and a lot of “hangout” space on the second floor.

— Game rooms, funky art installations and even micro-brewery bars are popping up faster than ever in offices around San Diego County...


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