Transwestern, a commercial real estate company that provides services in real estate developments and property management, relocated its southeast regional headquarters to the Atlanta Financial Center Buckhead, a three-building complex in the financial district.
Designed to be approachable, modern, and culture-driven, Cooper Carry’s Interior Design Studio and Transwestern created an authentic, destination-worthy workplace environment that attracts employees by offering amenities, flexibility, and collaborative opportunities they can’t get at home. The highly functional office supports a host of behavioral-based settings for ideation, productivity, collaboration, engagement, and spontaneous connections, letting employees choose where and how they work best.
The new office captures the overwhelming desire for openness valued by Transwestern’s team, leveraging the unique angles of the building’s floorplate to create a space that encourages connection through a circular pattern, unexpected site lines, and transparent glass office walls.
The design team repurposed the former tenant’s central atrium, which often served as an event space for weddings and special occasions, into the main amenity hub with various seating arrangements for work and leisure. Featuring dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows that offer mood-boosting natural light and expansive cityscape views, the atrium can host up to 50 people for company, client, and industry events.
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Transwestern's New Space Designed to Bring Employees Back to the Office
Transwestern Real Estate Services
Having a larger central collaborative hub, with a high level of design and functionality, gives us the chance to host various events for the local business community. With that opportunity, we can get in front of more people, which opens up more business relationships. So far, we have hosted third-party networking events, charity events, guest speakers, and celebrations for existing clients. Having an iconic space with a three-story atrium is an easy way to get people in the door. Having a central collaborative hub allows us to bump into and converse with anyone and everyone within the company. I have picked up 15% of my total business from one random conversation in our new hub.” — Matt Parisi, TRANSWESTERN, Vice President, Brokerage