Iconic outdoor, lifestyle brand Timberland transformed its 20,000 sqft headquarters into a collaborative, energetic, and progressive environment that exemplifies the culture of Timberland with the help of IA Interior Architects. Bringing the outside in was a main focus for the space, reinforcing Timberland’s belief that a greener future is a better future and their commitment to create better product, stronger communities, and a greener world. To accomplish this, the architectural language employed throughout the space takes cues from Timberland’s new retail design and uses reflective materials, organic forms, and textured layers to bring nature indoors. the overarching concept informed the layout of the space with a winding “trail” that leads through the office, passing groves of activity along the way. Oversized community tables are nestled in a grove of trees, communicating Timberland’s eco-leadership through materials, commitment to plant 50 million trees by 2025, and manifestations of future thinking relative to product and designs. Delta Drop® 4×4 adds faceted depth to the space while integrating lighting with NOWN’s backlight, creating a sparkling effect. The new design reflects Timberland’s passion for nature and vision for the future. It provides a creative, collaborative, energetic space filled with light, nature-inspired design, and living elements – truly bringing the brand’s values to life.
- Location: Stratham, New Hampshire
- Architect: IA Interior Architects
- Photography: Robert Benson Photography