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Securing A Well Designed Future

Along with a physical move, Malwarebytes, the fastest growing cybersecurity company in the industry, wanted to move away from the traditionally isolated work environment filled with cubicles and private offices and opted instead for a completely open office workspace intended to breed a more interactive culture.

So, that’s exactly what we delivered along with a few surprises and an aesthetic that reflected the companies unique culture.

To start, we organized teams into neighborhoods that flowed outward from the main entrance. Each neighborhood featured amenities specific to the team, such as touchdown spaces, and three gaming rooms, which of course were the most popular.

MALWAREBYTES

LOCATION
santa clara, california
SIZE
75,900 SF
SCOPE
architecture
interior design
furniture design
environmental graphics
AWARDS

IIDA NC Honor Award 2017

Blitz created a space that feels perfectly curated and branded to our culture…there are so many details that make this space feel uniquely ours. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

JASON SAHAM, HEAD OF TALENT ACQUISITION, MALWAREBYTES

Beyond the workstations, a large bleacher-like staircase became the focal point of the office and the hub of the organization. ​ It serves as a town-hall space and gives everyone a place to work independently or in groups. ​ Of course, that’s only if the pinball corner is occupied.

Tucked underneath the main stairs is a “secret” bar meant to surprise and delight all who find it. In the end, we achieved the ultimate goal of making the Malwarebytes offices more open, modern and collaborative while infusing the culture of the company.

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LOCATION

santa clara, california

SIZE

75,900 SF

SCOPE

architecture
interior design
furniture design
environmental graphics

AWARDS

IIDA NC Honor Award 2017

 

Along with a physical move, Malwarebytes, the fastest growing cybersecurity company in the industry, wanted to move away from the traditionally isolated work environment filled with cubicles and private offices and opted instead for a completely open office workspace intended to breed a more interactive culture.

So, that’s exactly what we delivered along with a few surprises and an aesthetic that reflected the companies unique culture.

To start, we organized teams into neighborhoods that flowed outward from the main entrance. Each neighborhood featured amenities specific to the team, such as touchdown spaces, and three gaming rooms, which of course were the most popular.

/​ Blitz created a space that feels perfectly curated and branded to our culture…there are so many details that make this space feel uniquely ours. ​ /​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​

JASON SAHAM, HEAD OF TALENT ACQUISITION

Beyond the workstations, a large bleacher-like staircase became the focal point of the office and the hub of the organization. It serves as a town-hall space and gives everyone a place to work independently or in groups. Of course, that’s only if the pinball corner is occupied.

Tucked underneath the main stairs is a “secret” bar meant to surprise and delight all who find it. In the end, we achieved the ultimate goal of making the Malwarebytes offices more open, modern and collaborative while infusing the culture of the company.

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415.525.9179

435 JACKSON STREET

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94111

LA

310.343.5856

2633 FAIRFAX AVENUE

CULVER CITY, CA 90232

DENVER

720.370.1618

1800 WAZEE STREET, SUITE 363

DENVER, CO 80202

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