First Impressions

Brock Grayson
Brock Grayson
Vice President

Your lobby – for prospective customers and employees it's their first real world impression of your company. What kind of impact are you having?

Here's a look at a dozen impressive lobbies constructed by Layton.

Fender Guitar
The lobby in Fender’s corporate office is 50% museum, 50% recording studio and 100% awesome. The entire space emulates the Spirit of Rock and Roll where employees are proud to work.

Fender Guitar Headquarters

Isagenix

The lobby at Isagenix world headquarters reflects its mission of health, wellness and beauty.

Greens, browns and blues hint at the organic ingredients in their products while metallic accents indicate modern efficiency. The large platinum tree chandelier suspended in the 2-story foyer blends the best of man and nature.

Isagenix

Asurion

Layton renovated the lobby of Asurion's headquarters in Nashville to reflect the company's tech focus. High end finishes and natural textures create an organic foundation while spotlights and geometric shapes add a tech vibe.

The open lobby extends 3 floors, reflecting the company's size and scope. Floor to ceiling windows breathe natural light into the space.

Asurion Headquarters in Nashville

Pluralsight

Pluralsight's core values are "working, playing and winning together," and their lobby invites visitors to join in the revolution.

Rough hewn beams at the reception desk are backed by walnut colored planks surrounding Pluralsight's corporate logo. Exposed ducts with magenta fixtures and furniture reveal the company's creative side.

Pluralsight

Google fiber

Google fiber's lobby and showroom are one large open space in an upscale mall in Salt Lake City.

A brick wall and exposed steel beams are a perfect match for the urban setting while glass on two sides and partial walls give visitors lots of elbow room.

Google fiber

Sprouts

The lobby at Sprouts headquarters captures the feel of a farmer’s market in a corporate office and retail environment. The company has a reputation for being environmentally-friendly and required the use of repurposed materials and other sustainable construction techniques. Patches of faux grass criss cross the floor, and wooden crates, previously used in the grocery store, were cut and used as shelves and to tie-in with the overall theme.

Sprouts Corporate Office

SolarWinds

SolarWinds designs products for enterprise level IT managers. The company's lobby is hip and functional, aligning perfectly with SolarWind's "unexpected simplicity" approach to software.

SolarWinds

Fusion-io

The lobby for Fusion-io boasts premium finishes, including textured panels, a water feature and variety of wall and floor coverings. Everything about it says "high end" and inspires trust from the moment you open the door.

Fusion-io

Xango

Xango's lobby is reminiscent of a high-end luxury spa. It is designed to evoke the promise of a "happier, healthier, wealthier life" that comes from consuming and selling its nutrition and beauty products.

Xango

Clearlink

Walk in the front door of Clearlink and you'll know you're not in Kansas anymore. The company is a leader in digital marketing and prides itself on its vibrant, non-traditional workspace.

Limelight

The Limelight corporate lobby is dressed to impress, with a contemporary feel that is conducive to inspiring creativity. The space boasts stacked sandstone, gleaming concrete floors with a marble patina and an open ceiling with acoustical treatments above the ductwork. The all-glass conference room adjacent to the lobby promises a collaborative, transparent place to do business.

Limelight Networks