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Soaring ceilings, industrial details, can crisp white furnishings create ambiance for Postmates Nashville headquarters.

Originally a vast warehouse structure located in “Music City”, Postmates 91,250 square foot Nashville Headquarters with space for 800-1100 employees was conceived, designed and built all within the COVID pandemic lock-down. 

VMAD successfully marshaled the necessary resources by orchestrating the entire scope of the project via virtual communication, seamlessly working as the liaison between Postmates’ leadership team in San Francisco the contracting team on-site in Nashville and VMAD’s offices in New York City.

Pale gray upholstered pieces create a waiting area in Postmates Headquarters reception area.
Casual bean-bag chairs create a relaxed atmosphere in Postmates Nashville offices. Paneled room dividers with houseplants soften the architecture.
An expansive cafeteria area at Postmates Headquarters has counter space and sink near a painted white brick wall. Communal tables and chairs provide seating
Polished concrete floors, industrial duct work, and gleaming white walls create a transitional hallway at Postmates headquarters.
A curved and raised platform creates a stage at Postmates Headquarters. High, industrial ceilings with ample light are set against charcoal industrial carpet
The employee cafe area at Postmates Headquarters features tables and chairs in front of a working service area, complete with refrigerator and sink.
A wood-veneered corner banquette area in Postmates Headquarters. 2 overhead light fixtures illuminate the space.
Multiple long, double sided desks for workers at Postmates Headquarters. The furnishings are in a color palette of white and soft grays
Modern furniture is arranged around a casual conference space, which features a wood paneled ceiling above crisp white walls. Houseplants soften the space.