Capitol City Produce, owned and operated by the Ferachi family for the last 70 years, sought a fresh design for their corporate headquarters in Baton Rouge. A $12 million expansion and renovation added 51,000 square feet of office and storage space to the current facility and gave their company a vibrant workplace to take the business into the next generation. AOS worked with local interior designer Lauren Bombet to provide total office solutions, including interior construction and contract furniture.
The two-story building is comprised of reception stations, private offices, workstations, collaboration areas, a kitchen and break room, two conference rooms and a training room. Wood veneers and live edge tables add a natural warmth throughout the space and balance the cool, crisp walls. With a modern design and clean lines, lounge seating offers employees and clients a comfortable place to relax and get business done. DIRTT glass walls and doors provide transparent offices and allow natural light to fill and brighten the space while embedded technology in the offices and conference rooms foster collaboration. Punchy art and graphics by Ann Connelly infuse the workplace with a fresh, personalized feel and offer encouragement to the Capitol City Produce team. The contemporary environment not only meets current needs but offers the growing company room to expand and helps support their mission of providing customers with the highest level of service.
Baton Rouge, LA
DIRTT Glass Walls, Glass Doors, Embedded Technology, Power, Back painted Glass