Located in Denver’s Historic Ballpark District, Baker's new office will house 60 of its employees, one of the largest teams in the cannabis technology space, and provide further room to grow.
The office was designed by Baker’s co-founder, David Champion, a former practicing architect who worked on the masterplan for Ground Zero. To bring the space to life, David hired a Denver-based all-female construction company, Sisters Construction. The office features smart technology, such as an intelligent white noise system and automated blinds to optimize light and heat quality throughout the day. In addition, the office comes furnished with bike storage, flexible work spaces, a mindfulness room and endless plants, all designed with employees’ varying needs in mind.
Working within a tight budget, the space was designed to feel cozy and welcoming. Eclectic furniture, barn wood, painted brickwork and cleverly situated accent walls adorn the space and transpose the Baker brand identity. The office is equipped with Kombucha and cold brew taps, a swing to keep energy levels up when taking calls, and features a “tree” wall using local Coloradan timber to create a refreshing mountain feel throughout the entire office.
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Endless plants cover the office
Barn wood on an accent wall
A swing to keep energy levels up during calls