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Analysis Group — Multiple Locations
Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Chicacgo, Washington D.C.
LA 26,300 SF, San Francisco 20,000 SF, Boston 125,000 SF, NY 70,000 SF, Chicago 25,000 SF, Washington D.C, 30,000 SF
Corporate Interiors

CBT's relationship with Analysis Group began redesigning three floors in the CBT-designed 111 Huntington Avenue office tower in Boston. This project included fit plan analysis and utilized alternative officing methods, including private offices which was a standard implemented firm-wide. The concentration for all office locations was lighten spaces with extensive use of glass, preserving privacy while providing a less-formal mood and maximizing natural light. Sliding doors at individual offices allows for greater space efficiency and more versatile furniture placement. 

CBT’s design for Analysis Group’s 26,300-square-foot Los Angeles office captures the vibrancy of downtown LA and caters to the easy culture of a costal city. The space’s clean palette of black and white with bold punches of color and large-scale artwork creates a contemporary museum-like environment.
 
CBT’s design for the firm's 20,000-square-foot San Francisco office follows Analysis Group’s programming requirements and the project features 100% private offices, conference rooms, café and lounge, and support spaces. The public spaces are located on the north side of the building, which allows all employees and guests to enjoy the premiere views. To add variety within the main corridors, the design team flared the ends of the hallways to draw one’s eye through the space toward the view and to let more natural light penetrate the space. Etched glass office fronts also allow the light to infuse the interior spaces while providing the client with the desired privacy.


With views of Lake Michigan and the new, widely-acclaimed Millennium Park in Chicago, IL, getting daylight to interior offices and maximizing views were essential design elements for Analysis Group’s Chicago 25,000-squrare-foot office.The concentration of offices surrounds the building core. Extensive use of glass enhances natural light flowing throughout the space and extends views of the city into the space. Conference rooms, private meeting areas and storage spaces are also provided for, while a café and lounge are intentionally placed at the perimeter allowing all employees to enjoy the view of Millennium.

In New York, as part of the unique program initially developed for Analysis Group’s Boston headquarters, the New York space features 100% private offices, conference rooms, informal meeting areas, lounge, café, and production and mail rooms. After a comprehensive fit analysis of the long, narrow floor plate, the reception, café and conference areas were strategically placed to enable connectivity across the plan and flexibility that allows open spaces to easily transition into closed, private meeting spaces. Unique and custom materials are combined with patterned and graphic elements to achieve a fresh light feeling that reflects the bustling energy of New York.


CBT’s design for the Analysis Group’s new 30,000-square-foot Washington D.C. office features a mix of perimeter and interior offices, AV equipped conference rooms, and a large café and multipurpose dining area. A warm color palette of wood veneer, stone and lacquer panels is used throughout while extensive use of glass demountable partitions enhances natural light flow throughout the space. Completed in June 2013, the 80-seat office is the fifth Analysis Group office for CBT to complete in the past year.