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Fostering interconnectivity and a more holistic approach to business, this premier workplace for

Cushman & Wakefield

presents an amenity-filled hub in which its collaborative and insightful real estate team can thrive and evolve for years to come.

Guided by the goal to shape cultural experiences and blur hierarchy, SGA and DREAM Collaborative worked in tandem with Cushman & Wakefield’s in-house Total Workplace and Project & Development Services teams to deliver a new Boston office for Cushman & Wakefield that effectively empowers hybrid collaboration and celebrates diversity. 

Employees, clients, and colleagues actively engage with adaptive environments woven throughout the socially-driven gathering spaces, passive recharge zones, and individual work points. All of these have been designed to include a full-spectrum of technological functionality. Inspired graphics developed by LLM Design improve wayfinding while carrying a common thread of branded inspiration along the journey.

Blurring Traditional Hierarchy to Empower Modern Collaboration

In order to provide more equitable access to the variety of shared workspaces and amenities, the layout of the office allocated 15% of space previously dedicated to private offices to alternate uses. The remaining individual offices were downsized and located along the core, along with supply closets and supporting infrastructure, to ensure the best views and natural light are available to all. The new design also helps to break down formal silos and foster a stronger sense of shared purpose that encourages colleagues at every level to engage fluidly.

Celebrating Neurodiversity Throughout Dynamic Work Zones

Intent on recognizing neurodiversity for the asset it is, distinct work zones have been designed with customizability in mind to better accommodate individual and group preferences. Within these zones, occupants are able to control their spatial experience by modulating the light, temperature, acoustics, and permeability of each environment. Catering to different sensory needs and preferences ensures that every member of the team has the space they need to thrive.

Empowering Employees to Shapeshift The Environments They Occupy

Adaptability manifests itself throughout the workplace in a series of shape-shifting spaces. Highly-flexible furniture arrangements can be easily transformed to best suit various functions. By offering a dynamic and versatile environment that evolves with the user, each employee is empowered to individualize the experience for their needs or those of a client.

An Engaging Journey Throughout

As one steps out of the elevator bank, they are greeted by expansive views over Boston Harbor, the Seaport, and into the Financial District. Anchored by a bespoke, hospitality-driven reception space that sets the tone for the entire experience, impactful graphic overlays encourage active exploration. Offering an immersive experience and branded environments, these subtle but eye-catching graphics carry a theme throughout the floor plan that emphasizes the city’s rich history as well as Cushman & Wakefield’s connection to it.

Sociofugal and Sociopetal Spaces

SGA designed sociofugal spaces to ensure that each individual is able to feel included in the larger picture without being center stage; high acoustic back chairs near recharge spaces, phone rooms with articulating doorways, and modular furniture pieces present individuals the opportunity to lean in or out as they please. 

Sociopetal spaces are strategically integrated work zones within high-traffic areas that promote collaboration in dynamic and bustling environments. By offering a plethora of seating options in the café spaces, and ensuring each has access to power, those who thrive on the energy and noise can find opportunities to be productive amongst the activity.

Active and Quiet Recharge Zones

Active recharge areas, such as the sky-front putting green, provide opportunities for light entertainment throughout the workday, fostering natural interactions and workplace relationships. Quiet recharge spaces, on the other hand, offer tranquility for those seeking a break from the hustle and bustle.


Cushman & Wakefield


Boston, MA


26,775 USF