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Cytracom's Dallas Office Gets an Energizing Update

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Telecommunications provider, Cytracom, had recently outgrown its Dallas, TX headquarters and had secured a new, larger office space. They chose lauckgroup to help design the space in a way that would convey the company’s culture.

Lauckgroup rose to the challenge and designed a fresh and energetic workspace, incorporating clever graphics and brand colors throughout - providing the new headquarters with a sense of identity and high energy.

Project at a glance

Challenge: When Cytracom outgrew its former space, they enlisted Texas-based interior architecture firm lauckgroup to build and outfit a new, 8,292-square-foot office.

Solution: lauckgroup designed a fresh and energetic workspace, incorporating clever graphics and brand colors throughout.

Industry: Telecommunications

Watson Products Featured: Miro Conference Table, Seven Desks, Seven Meeting Tables, Bahn Raceway, Bahn Screens and Zo Storage

Vibrant Spaces + Healthy Working Environment = Win/Win

lauckgroup utilized a neutral palette with touches of green and yellow to add a fresh layer to the brand’s vibrant blue and orange hues, while also capitalizing on the space's natural light.

Overall, the space supports flexibility for a variety of teams, ranging from marketing and channel teams situated closest to the entry, a secure area for the engineering team, and the support team found in the furthest reaches of the office. A series of adjustable workstations (Watson's Seven Desks) provide Cytracom employees a comfortable place to work.

Shown above: Miro Conference Table, Bahn Raceway (and screens) and (adjustable) Seven Desks.
Shown above: (adjustable) Seven Desks and Pin Screens.
Shown above: Miro Conference Table As Cytracom continues to expand both their workforce and presence in Dallas, their new space has the flexibilty to grow with the company. Learn more about the project at Office Snapshots. Learn more about the design firm, lauckgroup. Photography by: Josh Phillips Photography
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