Designed as a house-like construction, LendingTree’s Charlotte workplace makes use of pure gentle and uncooked supplies to replicate the corporate’s roots within the house mortgage business.

Redline Design Group accomplished the multi-floor and multi-functional area for LendingTree‘s workplaces in Charlotte, North Carolina.

LendingTree’s City Corridor area for all-staff conferences features a customized wooden pergola function overhead and a connection to the work café beneath. The customized leather-based wrapped handrails, cascading crops alongside the window wall, and rocking chairs on the terrace assist to ascertain the corporate’s tradition with southern roots. Built-in lamps, customized planters, textural space rugs with living-room like furnishings, and leaf emblem formed swings hanging above a wooden platform create an inviting, snug vibe.

Within the foyer space, the customized wooden and felt ceiling function pertains to the construction of a leaf, and subtly hyperlinks to the corporate’s model. Pure woven lighting fixtures create a cover above informal assembly areas all through the area. “Treehouse” areas on every ground break up the work atmosphere and encourage alternate areas to fulfill and work. The home-like construction and window components tie again to LendingTree’s roots within the house mortgage business.

A monumental stair supplies a vertical connection, central to the general office. An upholstered area of interest is carved out beneath the stair, which supplies an sudden vacation spot for informal work. The textured material spanning each flooring, and the large-scale examine sample wallcovering add heat to the voluminous area and helps their tradition of comfortability and collaboration.

Design: Redline Design Group
Design Workforce: Brooks Runkle, Graham Rabon, Ryne Hawkins, Amy Taylor, Rebecca Holthoff
Inside Design: Kelley Vieregg
Contractor: Shelco
Images: Brie Williams