Office

Inside HoneyBook — Creativity in Client Management

“Whether you’re an event planner in charge of a 300-guest wedding, a photographer leading a high-profile fashion shoot, or host of your company’s holiday party, HoneyBook organizes your jobs seamlessly, so you can focus on what you do best: creating unforgettable moments”HoneyBook.

HoneyBook is a company that provides tools for creative businesses. And much like their business, they designed their office to deliver the same kinds of creative tools for employees.

Some Background

“When designing the HoneyBook office, we wanted a creative space that represented us and our brand – a place that felt less like work and more like life,” said Allie Sheikh, People Operations at HoneyBook.

“The center of our office is the kitchen. We love to gather there for meals, all hands meetings via Hangout with our Tel Aviv team, and celebrations. To divide the open floor plan in the rest of the office, we created multiple living rooms settings. Not only do these areas provide a change of scenery throughout the workday, they seamlessly promote collaboration.”

The HoneyBook Office

Here are some photos provided by the Honeybook team.

Want to see more?

As the third post in this series, we highlighted PillPack last week. PillPack delivers a better, simpler pharmacy experience for people who manage multiple medications (roughly 60 million Americans). When building and designing their offices, they wanted to something different, incorporating things like Stephen Kenn sofas in the lounge made from vintage pieces of military tent fabric from World War II to a bar sourced from a Lower East Side establishment built in the 1930’s.

See their office here.

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