LAMBERT Architecture + Interiors Design
+ Novant Providence Office

LAMBERT consolidated six corporate office locations into one for this not-for-profit healthcare organization. During the consolidation, LAMBERT established office and workstation standards where none had previously existed. While a big step for this organization was towards a more open office environment, there remains a large percentage of private offices, efficiently distributed around the perimeter walls. 

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A private foundation is affiliated with this not-for-profit healthcare organization and a separate office suite was included for this group. Finishes are related to the remainder of the space and are stepped up a notch.

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A large multi-purpose meeting room is located on the second foor and is divisible into three separate meeting rooms. Lighting and audio-visual systems are capable of being combined or divided as needed. Markerboards are incorporated into the moveable walls.

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Custom designed millwork incorporates an edgelit resin panel that ties into colors used throughout the space.

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In their shift from a 100% private office environment to one that included open office areas, the workstation standards include high panels, glass transoms and translucent sliding doors.

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Recessed accent areas to showcase artwork are located along core walls. Textures are similar, but color varies by floor to enhance wayfinding.