Vocon has finalized the redesign of its headquarters building in Cleveland. The two-story asset at 3142 Prospect Ave. has been hosting Vocon’s business since 2005, which has grown to more than 180 employees since then. The redesigned property provides more flexible space, a state-of-the-art virtual reality room and personalized touches to reflect the firm’s values.
The first floor houses the reception and lounge area as well as an activity hub while the second floor features a large café, the workspace area, conference rooms and a variety of agile workspace stations. The anchor piece of the 15,000-square-foot building is an interior staircase connecting the two floors.
Personalized design elements include a moss wall with the company’s motto, a wall in the café showing updated photos of employees and their families and company events as well as a wall filled with a collection of Pez dispensers. The conference room is entirely painted in red and includes a skull wall made of black felt.
“The renovated Vocon headquarters is a complete 180 from the original space. It flows better; it’s more conducive to group work and it is designed to grow and adapt with the company,” said Co-Founder & Design Principal Deb Donley, in a prepared statement.
Last year, the company completed a number of other large design projects in Cleveland, including Forest City’s 110,000-square-foot downtown headquarters.