When Datacolor hired Francis Cauffman to redesign their existing headquarters in Lawrenceville NJ, Bellia was hired to assist in evaluating their current space and develop new corporate standards to fit with their new work styles. Datacolor knew that moving away from a culture of private offices to an open collaborative environment would lead them to think differently about their company culture. Privacy, collaboration, workflow efficiencies, and technology were high on their priority list.
Open Area Workspaces:
By eliminating high panel workstations and large private offices, Datacolor’s new open-area workspace will improve collaboration and teamwork between each department.
An area for privacy is essential in an open workspace environment. Quiet spaces allow the employee to have privacy when needed by utilizing touchdown spaces for private phone calls and heads down work when needed.
Informal Meeting Areas:
The informal meeting areas included in Datacolor’s new “open-area” workspace helps bring team members together like never before. These areas allow employees to collaborate in a different environment other than the traditional formal conference rooms. These informal areas also give the employee an opportunity to leave their workspace and engage others in a more relaxed way.
Datacolor is a global leader in color management and color communications technology. Datacolor provides software, instruments and services to assure accurate color of materials, products and images. Offerings include complete computerized systems for color measuring, matching, quality control and communication to industries who must manage color accurately from design through production and marketing. Datacolor provides sales, service and support in over 65 countries throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia.
Francis Cauffman provides architecture, interior design and planning services for the healthcare, corporate, science and technology and government industries. By utilizing contemporary technologies, Francis Cauffman designs sustainable and multifunctional buildings that advance their client’s work. In addition to design-related services, the firm offers information technology and medical equipment planning services as well.