Outgrowing their existing office space in Cambridge, QuickBase set out to relocate their U.S. headquarters to a larger space in Fort Point. Shortly after Dyer Brown was hired to design the new office, the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Dyer Brown quickly pivoted the initial design vision to strategically prepare QuickBase’s new U.S. headquarters for a post-Covid hybrid work model. Neighborhooding is accomplished through letter and color coding of floor plate areas within a digital reservation system, collaboration space window film patterns, and interpretive mural graphics that visualize the company’s low-code / no-code database design platform. The office also features a television studio that enables employees to connect with remote team members with ease. Our services also included change management and selection of workplace experience software. The office ushers in a new, post-pandemic way of working, built on a strategic vision and supported by furniture, graphics, and technology.