Office design isn’t a perk — it’s essential to your team's success. We believe creating your perfect workplace should be simple.
Workframe was founded by a team of serial entrepreneurs who believe traditional office design is too time consuming, difficult and expensive for small and medium-sized businesses. We created Workframe to help our clients through one of the least understood and most complex aspects of managing a business: designing an office environment that enhances productivity, promotes wellness and reinforces culture.
Culture is at the center of everything we do. Workframe's DESIGN principles reflect how we work with clients and each other.
We make informed, data-driven decisions wherever possible. We make commitments and follow through. We strive for perfection because our clients demand it.
We’re all owners of the business and are committed to moving it foward. We’re students of our industry and committed to learning. We recognize that our best work happens when we engage others.
We do what it takes to get the job done, irrespective of title or function. We don’t wait to be told what to do, but instead proactively look for problems to solve. We don’t let a fear of failure stand in the way of progress.
We don’t shy away from big problems - we tackle them head on. We’re constantly thinking of new ways to solve old problems. We don’t let entrenched industry practices limit our thinking.
We take our work seriously but not ourselves. We’re people first and employees second. We take the time to get to know each other - inside and outside of the office.
We know what we don’t know, and we are comfortable asking for help. We believe in results and a shared commitment to professional advancement. We strive to create an environment where people feel empowered to express informed views.
Kevin is one of the leading Internet entrepreneurs in New York. Having served as Founder and Chairman of several businesses – including GILT, Business Insider and MongoDB – he has significant first-hand experience designing and building office spaces for high-growth companies.
Robert is a long-time design enthusiast with a passion for helping companies grow. He began his career in investment banking and VC. Prior to Workframe, Robert led Business Operations at Intent Media, where he was involved in the company's office build-out project.
Matt, a creative at heart with a background in literature and design, has spent the last 15 years taking startups from early stage to growth stage to IPO. Prior to Workframe, he was VP of Product and Strategy at Movable Ink, founding GM of Offset, and Director of New Business at Shutterstock.
Andy is passionate about starting companies and building technology to empower creative professionals. He’s done it across the fields of music, photography, publishing, education and commercial design in his many leadership roles. Previously at Happify and McKinsey, Andy has helped build five offices for his high-growth teams.
Dan brings over a decade of experience in commercial real estate to Workframe. As a strategic advisor to our clients, he provides extensive insight throughout the site selection and negotiation process. Before joining Workframe, Dan was Regional Director of Real Estate for Regus, overseeing hundreds of locations and brokers. He was also a Tenant Representation Broker at JLL NYC.
As Workframe’s Lead Interior Designer, Abbey combines years of expertise in workplace and hospitality design to create exceptional workplaces for her clients. Prior to Workframe, she worked for Rockwell Group, Studios Architecture, Jonathan Adler and Piero Lissoni.
Brian has been writing software at NYC start-ups for over 15 years and led the Personalization and Discovery engineering team at Gilt. Brian loves functional programming, his wife and twin daughters, soccer and non-linear sci-fi narratives—but not in that order.
Dave comes most recently from Shutterstock, where he spent four years leading tech on their video and image editing products. When he's not working, he's usually biking, skiing, or researching which NYC restaurant to visit next.
Jorge previously worked as a software engineer at SchoolKeep, an enterprise ed-tech platform, and Conde Nast, where he helped relaunch NewYorker.com.
Tim Gilbert loves Clojure, has worked as a software engineer at Williams-Sonoma and the New York Times, and was raised by Buddhists in California.
Katie has designed for Warby Parker among other tech companies. She's a born and raised New Yorker, and a proud Maryland Terrapin. Go Terps!
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