The building’s façade is a combination of dark cement fiber, but also a lot of glass. This abundance of windows allows the interior to meld with its environment. According to Butler, the window-forward design also gives off a sense of business transparency. “When we’re talking about views, it’s views in and views out,” Butler says. “When you’re in the building you’ve got great views out, but when you’re driving by, you can actually see in and get a feel for what people are doing in there.”
The design team at Grooms Office Environments also contributed to the project. Mykayla Thompson, former designer at Grooms, led the efforts on selecting interior finishes with the assistance of now senior designer Samantha Falk. Victoria Gorham, sales manager, also helped Falk select furniture “The main objective of our design team was to intentionally create each area to accurately represent Legacy Bank’s core values while creating a functional and timeless workspace,” Falk says.