Ogio International, Inc., a brand known for designing sports heritage and adrenaline-inspired bags and apparel, has moved to a new headquarters that it says architecturally reflects its brand vibe. The move comes after the company recently celebrated its 27th anniversary.
The grand opening of its new Draper, UT, headquarters is scheduled for November 16, 2015. At 25,000-square-feet, the new office is nearly double the size of Ogio’s previous headquarters. This expansion is the result of steady growth over the past five years (the company now comprises a team of 65), and Ogio finally said, let’s kick it up a notch.
“The blueprints of our new headquarters were carefully selected to align with our creative DNA…”
“The blueprints of our new headquarters were carefully selected to align with our creative DNA and collaborative spirit,” said Ogio CEO, Tony Palma. “We wanted the new workspace to embody the elements of a design studio, encouraging and inspiring unparalleled creativity.”
The modern and fitness-friendly office space is designed to accentuate the company’s strong design style and sports-inspired culture. The unique architectural design, artistic furnishings and collaborative discussion areas are key features that drew Ogio to the space – envisioning the new office as a place to spark creative juices.
“Utah is proud to have such a long-standing and dynamic global company located here and thriving in our great state,” said Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert.
The new headquarters also feature a showroom for retail customer meetings and consumer focus groups and an on-site fitness center to support the company’s fitness and wellbeing culture.
Cascading lighting, monolith design features, unique work stations constructed from reclaimed steel beams, and ergonomic seating encompass the small details that pull the office together.