EisnerAmper commissioned FCA to develop a strategy that would breakdown perceived hierarchical barriers within the company, opening up the space for teaming and creating the opportunity for employees across all levels to engage in daily collaboration.
The space took on a blended residential, hospitality, and corporate aesthetic to achieve this vision. The new office features an open plan, a variety of meeting and conference rooms, and a town hall area that is reconfigurable to serve a variety of functions.This new office is about choice, versatility and interaction — staffers can use workstations with sit-to-stand desks that promote wellness for those employees who are constantly at their computers. The partners of the firm moved from traditional offices to the open plan workstations where they are co-located with their teams to reinforce an open and engaged workplace.
The resulting design of the new San Francisco office, suitable for 65+ employees, is a fresh, comfortable, and technology-rich workplace to support EisnerAmper’s future vision and