Today, more so than ever, the design and layout of a workplace play a significant role in the way a business operates. Technology and mobility require flexible, multipurpose spaces centered on employee health and happiness. With this notion at the forefront, Marmon Mok is moving to the Oak Park Building beginning June 10th.
“It’s been great to practice what we preach to our clients and help create an effective space for our team,” says Partner and Architect, Mary Bartlett. “We conducted a visioning session with our team and, from everyone’s feedback, created a space that provides a variety of work environments that allows for group collaboration as well as individual focused work.”
Having designed large, progressive office environments for projects like the Frost Tower Headquarters, One Frost Westover Hills Campus, Texas Organ Sharing Alliance, Bexar County Public Works Building, and TxDOT Consolidation Campus, Marmon Mok’s new space is designed with the same energy and workplace philosophy to better accommodate our expanding and collaborative practice. Abundant natural light and views, varied multifunctional spaces, a collaborative break/work zone, and contemporary work stations for all employees are key elements of our workplace.