Over the past eight years since its startup, virtual-care company Zipnosis has continuously expanded, prompting a search for a larger and more accommodating space. Executives found it in the T3 office building, a new take on a vintage warehouse designed by Hines. Located in Minneapolis’ North Loop neighborhood, Zipnosis moved into T3 in April.
Perkins+Will designed the space with plenty of room for employees to gather together, said Jamey Berg, one of the lead interior designers on the project. A unique aspect of the new space that invites employees to interact is the main conference room that has removable glass walls, allowing for a transition from private conference area to large meeting space.
“We wanted the opportunity to host events, whether they be industry-related, discussions or forums, or just families coming together,” said Jennifer Ho, director of human resources at Zipnosis. The company recently held its first family event, allowing employees and their relatives to gather. The versatility of the central conference room was something Zipnosis did not have at its former headquarters. Read more.