Procon Consulting’s Tysons office project began as a turnkey project but evolved into a sophisticated office design that caters to the company’s hybrid work approach during the day and transforms into an upscale entertaining space in the evenings. The overall design concept draws inspiration from versatile hotel lobbies, offering premium acoustics, flexible postures, and various privacy levels throughout the day, creating a space that combines work and play.
The design features a moody color palette of deep purple and gray, offset by warm wood flooring and layered lighting control. Windows are framed with dramatic drapery, and various lighting sources, including overhead lights, floor lamps, and table lamps, offer flexibility in lighting levels. A recording studio with premier acoustics, a room reservation system, custom-built banquettes, a built-in bar, and more add to the functionality of the space.
General Contractor: rand* Construction
MEP Engineering: Greenman-Pedersen, Inc.
Photography: Spielmann Studio