LoopNet: Make a First Impression by Designing for Timelessness, Flexibility and Biophilia
First impressions are everything. For commercial buildings, that essential impression is made in the lobby.
“Employers no longer see their lobby as a solely transient space where people merely pass through,” says Tiffany Kalloor, vice president and director of interior design for the Dallas office of Hoefer Wysocki, an interdisciplinary architecture, planning and interior design firm. “Today’s lobbies are destinations unto themselves.”