When Cultivate: A Counseling Collective decided to open a second location in La Mesa Village, we couldn’t be happier. Not only were we thrilled to see their business thrive, it also meant another chance to work together! Lead designer Daniel Merk-Benitez was excited to collaborate again and make their modern-eclectic dreams come true in a second space. Just like their office in University Heights, Cultivate requested that this space feel more like a home than a sterile office. In fact, Daniel carried much of the same style and look over from the previous space—so whether a client visited one space or the other, it would feel like Cultivate. The outcome was a bright and airy office exuding comfort and ease.
To read all about how Daniel achieved Cultivate’s style, click HERE!
While Daniel definitely wanted the two business spaces to feel similar and clearly related, he made sure to add in differences here and there. Think cousins rather than twins—part of the same family but not identical. For example, the same fabric was used to cover distinctly different chairs—this makes the space feel recognizable rather than duplicated.
We’re thrilled for our friends at Cultivate and all that they’ve achieved, plus we’re grateful we got to be a part of helping them create a warm, welcoming office. Thanks for reading!
Check out A Cultivated Office Space (1) HERE!