Indeed Seattle Office
View of the Puget Sound and a Northwest theme invite Indeed employees to gather, collaborate and connect in this community-oriented office space.
Design Firm: JPC Architects
Photography: Cleary O’Farrell
Scope: 9 out of 11 floors, 2,000 linear feet
Pivot teamed with JPC Architects and Lease Crutcher Lewis to provide Maars Horizon demountable glass storefronts to Indeed’s new Seattle office, located within 200,000 square feet over the top 11 floors of the new 2+U office tower in downtown Seattle with sweeping views of Puget Sound and the city. The space is tied together by a Northwest theme, with blues, greens and natural themes tying together a café, lobby, social space, conference areas and a roof deck, as well as contrasting pops of the Indeed orange.
Indeed wanted to maximize acoustics as well as find an aesthetic solution for conference rooms, executive and board rooms, and team rooms. The 2,000 linear feet of Maars product proved to be an excellent solution for better acoustics while also fitting into the design focused on creating meaningful connections and a sense of community.