When it was time to design new offices for King’s Hawaiian, producer of Hawaii-inspired baked goods in Southern California, the first thought was to reconnect to the company’s origins in the islands. They wanted to convey the uniquely Hawaiian approach to hospitality, generosity and commitment.
Our design team went to work to meet our client’s objective – making everyone feel Hawaiian hospitality through the office’s design elements. By elevating the employee experience, team building has been encouraged. The goal was to create spaces that suited the workstyles of all the different departments.
We used bold colors, pattern, textural materials and soft flexible furniture that gives the office an energy that appeals to the staff’s younger demographic and progressive approach. The reception area includes a photo gallery depicting the company’s growth and evolution. A coral fish tank works as an architectural solution creating privacy by dividing the space.