Waltham, MA – Margulies Perruzzi Architects (MPA) has completed the design of new office space for NeuroMetrix, Inc. in the Bay Colony Office Park in Waltham that is owned by Boston Properties Inc.
NeuroMetrix is an innovative healthcare company that develops wearable medical technology and point-of-care tests that help patients and physicians better manage chronic pain, nerve diseases, and sleep disorders.
MPA provided interior design and branding services for NeuroMetrix’s 12,000sf office that offers an abundance of natural light and breathtaking views of the Cambridge Reservoir. The new space features an open, collaborative work environment with a bright, exposed ceiling and low-paneled workstations arranged in “neighborhoods.”
Glass-fronted private offices were placed on the interior to preserve the natural light and views for those in open space on the perimeter. Workstations are arranged in four-person pods with shared workspace in the middle, while standing height work islands provide additional workspace. Two conference rooms on the window line separate the space into neighborhoods, and a third larger conference room provides meeting space for the company’s 45 employees.
JDL Corporate Interiors was the construction manager for the project, and WB Engineers provided mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineering consulting services. Red Thread provided furniture and audiovisual equipment. McPherson Corporation was the tenant representative.
To further personalize the space for NeuroMetrix, MPA created a magnetic branding wall with photos of the company’s products in the main entry area. A palette of blue was used to re-enforce the brand throughout the space.
“It was important to us that our new space reflect our commitment to innovation, while providing a comfortable space for our staff,” said Thomas T. Higgins, senior vice president and chief financial officer at NeuroMetrix. “MPA understands how we work and helped us set forth a confident and polished design that fosters collaboration. We are thrilled with our new space.”