“EAW Gets Into It” featuring Carbonite

"EAW Gets Into It" featuring Carbonite

Environments at Work (EAW) was chosen to work with Carbonite, a leader in cloud-based based backup systems, for its global headquarters relocation from the Back Bay to Downtown Crossing, a neighborhood many consider the new technology hub. The project consisted of 385 workstations, 15 private offices, 12 conference rooms, and other areas including a café, training room, and unique living rooms for each department. Read more... 

Be sure to check out the videos below!

Clients First: Carbonite

Environments at Work believes what makes us special in the market is how we put our clients' vision first.

Check out how we helped Carbonite "embrace their space", create a more cohesive culture, and provide an office interior that pumped up their most valuable asset...their employees!

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JLL Space Studies: Carbonite

Danielle Sheer, VP & General Counsel, and Karly Meola, Executive Assistant at Carbonite, talk about how their new space works at Lafayette City Center in Boston.

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What does Carbonite think?

“Environments at Work was genuinely interested in understanding, communicating, and fulfilling the vision for our new ‘home’. 

EAW’s honesty, product knowledge and desire to roll up their sleeves and work with us were all qualities that were supremely helpful in aiding our decision making throughout the entire process – reminding us how it all fit with our grand plan.  EAW cared and believed in the poetry of our space which meant a lot to us.”

- Karly Meola, Executive Assistant for the CMO & CFO, Carbonite 

Project Photos

Click on the photo of Carbonite to see more photos of the finished space.

<p>Click on the photo of Carbonite to see more photos of the finished space.</p>
Project Specifics

Location Lafayette Place, Boston, MA
Size 53,000 SF
Architect IA Interior Architects
Project Manager JLL
Contractor Columbia Construction
Products Haworth Compose, X Series Storage, Very Seating; Bernhardt Design, Restoration Hardware, West Elm, Loewenstein, Keilhauer
Date December 2014
Photographer Robert Benson