To accommodate a growing workforce and create a greater sense of community, Syros invested their design focus into three elements: health, hope and growth.
Syros envisioned a space where their teams had more opportunity to collaborate. Lounge areas, a large café space and groups of seating allow more areas of connectivity between the workspace and the lab space. The range of options encourage employees to chat, communicate, and enjoy the space together.
One for All
Collaboration is at the heart of the culture at Syros. They specifically chose to outfit their huddle room with Herman Miller’s Exclave system to foster teamwork and empower their teams. It was important to have all meeting spaces accessible with integrated technology, including large spaces for all-hands gatherings.
Setting the Scene
Personalizing the space and making it their own was of top importance. Syros brought in Boston Art to incorporate more plants and biophilia to create a living workplace. Naughtone and Ideon products were finished in bursts of energetic colors, but classic pieces like Eames chairs rounded out the aesthetic.
A Team Together
Syros initiated the project with a clear vision of unifying the company with a space for all to enjoy. Syros collaborated seamlessly with the COP design team– a process that resulted in an exceptional workspace for their employees.
Boston, MA Location
TRIA Architects Architecture + Design
The Richmond Group General Contractor
Herman Miller Workstations, Huddle and Conference Rooms