Redefining the Workplace

Our workplace design experts combine their passion for people and design to create engaging spaces that promote belonging, sustainability, and wellness. Meyer empowers clients, from Fortune 10 companies to non-profits, to be active participants in the design process. This strategy expertise has produced exceptional spaces nationwide that emphasize flexibility, wellness and universal design.
Our Awards

From thoughtfully designed office spaces that prioritize employee well-being and engagement to visionary remote first headquarters that reflect the values and identity of the organization, our work has been recognized for its transformative impact on the way businesses thrive and succeed.
Articles & Insights
Meyer Wins First Place at Interior Design Awards Gala
It was a successful night for Meyer at the Interior Design Awards Gala – hosted by the Pennsylvania East – American Society of Interior Designers. Rite Aid’s Remote First Headquarters won First Place in the Commercial Office (over 20,000 SF) category and Arbor Terrace Exton received an Honorable Mention in the Commercial Senior Living Facility […]
Designing for the Return to the Office: BALA’s Innovative Workplace.
Post-pandemic, Bala Consulting Engineers prioritized a thoughtful return to the office with a strong focus on creating a healthy, collaborative, and team-centric environment. For the ideal design, they turned to Meyer. From optimal air quality and thermal comfort to carefully designed soundscapes, adjustable workspaces, and versatile community areas for project brainstorming, this space is a testament to […]
Redefining the Workplace for a Remote-First Workforce
Principal and Corporate Practice Leader Debra Breslow shares how to blend remote-first and in-person collaboration in a way that supports employee health and workplace culture. Photography by Jeffrey Totaro   The pandemic has undeniably altered the landscape of workplace design, as companies continue to grapple with worker demands for hybrid schedules and flexible work practices. […]