The new headquarters for Casper, the global sleep company, translates the brand’s playful and dreamy aesthetic within an office building. Through an intelligent planning strategy and vibrant materiality, the design supports Casper’s mission to bring better sleep to all and evokes the sensation of working within a cloud.
Located at Three World Trade Center, the office organizes a square floorplate with open work areas punctuated by collaborative spaces. Common areas with expansive views and ample daylight anchor each floor along the west and are linked by a wood-paneled stair.
Work “neighborhoods” along the perimeter organize groups by departmental relationships and the central core provides orientation: murals on exposed concrete mark the east and west, meeting rooms line the north and south. Larger conference rooms anchor the four corners and support spaces, including future nap pods and a mock store, are located within the core.
Felt-wrapped “work-pods” and custom ceiling baffles enhance acoustics to ensure the workspace is comfortable and productive.
A palette of muted accent colors, soft curving surfaces, and wood adds warmth throughout. The design translates Casper’s dreamy aesthetic within an office building.