It’s the dawn of a new era at Casual Astronaut. We’re proud to share a few photos of our new offices in Downtown Phoenix, neighboring the Heard and Phoenix Art museums in the city’s Arts District.
Our new office not only offers the team more square-footage, but it also allowed us to rethink how we work and how to create an office that is flexible enough to accommodate a rapidly growing crew. The main gallery space features an open plan with grouped desks so that we can easily share ideas and collaborate on projects as they are in progress. A 20-foot wall of windows floods the expansive, two-story room with natural light that changes throughout the day. Small breakout rooms and phone booths allow C/A team members to find quiet places for writing, designing or connecting with clients.
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Downstairs, a once-forgotten basement has been transformed into a collaborative zone with sitting areas, conference rooms and, what may be the office’s most popular addition, a shuffleboard table.
The Apollo Board Room’s best feature: a spacious glass-and-concrete mezzanine overlooking our two-story gallery space.
The secret to keeping the crew working hard and having fun: a new espresso bar and fully stocked bar cart.
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