A first generation space that aids in attraction and retention of new talent, while reflecting FourPoint's continual success.
FourPoint Energy is a private exploration and production company previously located in the Tech Center. Their move to the newly constructed First Bank building in Cherry Creek, allowed the opportunity to create a first generation space that aids in attraction and retention of new talent, while reflecting FourPoint’s continual success.
As an oil and gas company, it was important that the materials used in the space were reflective of their work and culture. The use of steel, stone and wood throughout the space, creates an overall refined industrial aesthetic.
Ceiling heights were maximized through finishing the ceiling close to the structure, and exposing the systems that run throughout the building. Steel beam wraps conceal actual fireproofed beams, creating a polished and finished open ceiling concept.
A beautiful and planar connecting stair was added at the exterior to connect the two floors. The minimal steel stringer and cantilevering stair treads create a sculptural element that can be viewed from inside as well as out. Wood used on ceilings, wall treatments, and open stair treads as well as stone wall elements add warmth and texture to the space.