BHDP began a decades-long relationship with Procter & Gamble
The resulting designs are small office transformations with pops of local flavor. The designs display an investment in the work experience and careers of sales representatives, strengthening their ties to the central organization. Value generation from spaces like these support future attraction and retention of top talent for P&G's various offices.
[We] have been so appreciative and impressed with the [BHDP] team. Thank you all for your hard work, commitment, and expertise! I am so thankful to work with all of you.
Nick Dewald, Architect and Design Manager for Procter & Gamble
Charlotte: Gilded History, Colorful Future
The design of the Charlotte sales office was inspired by the phrase, "Charlotte: Gilded History, Colorful Future," with “gilded history” referencing the gold rush and national banking position, and “colorful future” to encapsulate the city’s forward-thinking and diverse culture. To draw these elements into the office design, gold serves as an accent color on walls and details throughout, while bright florals and lively geometry communicate the buzzing energy of the city.
Virginia Beach: Gathering by the Sea
Home to one of the top beaches on the east coast, Virginia Beach's office was designed to encapsulate the essence and feel of the nearby ocean. The featured mural wall—designed by artist Matthew Dayler—depicts the ocean life of the region and the famous King Neptune statue that guards the boardwalk. In the same area, a new collaboration zone allows employees to gather, meet, or get away from their desks.