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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Pepperidge Farm by Perkins Eastman

March 7th, 2014 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: Perkins Eastman

From its modest beginnings in a home kitchen in the late 1930s to its international renown as a billion-dollar brand today, the legacy of Pepperidge Farm is one of thoughtful innovation and an overall commitment to integrity and quality.

When the company needed to expand its corporate headquarters to better support business activities and meet market expectations, they looked to Perkins Eastman to help them reflect on their culture and reposition their work environment to support future needs.

Pepperidge Farm, Factory Dusk, Copyright Paúl Rivera, ArchPhoto

  • Architects: Perkins Eastman
  • Project: Pepperidge Farm
  • Photography: Paúl Rivera

Pepperidge Farm, Graphic Corridor, Copyright Paúl Rivera, ArchPhoto

While many consulting engagements focus on workplace realignment and real estate cost containment, Pepperidge Farm’s focus was to understand and nurture their 100-year-old culture while transforming their corporate headquarters to a 21st-century workplace.With the support of Pepperidge Farm’s leadership, targeted research and analysis, and the commitment of project ambassadors, the design team was able to develop an integrated solution that balanced density, brand, and culture into a unique design solution.

Pepperidge Farm, Elevator Lobby, Copyright Sarah Mechling, Perkins Eastman

Ultimately Perkins Eastman provided workplace consulting, architectural design for the new building, exterior skin replacement, full architectural interiors, branding, project management, new cafeteria design, and furniture selection management. The result is an historical brand and company made all the more relevant for today’s consumers and today’s employees both.

Pepperidge Farm, Corridor Cookies, Copyright Sarah Mechling, Perkins Eastman

The rebranding of Pepperidge Farm’s corporate headquarters exterior includes a new main entrance, a modernized façade of the pre-existing building, and the addition of a new 40,000 sf Innovation Center building that houses test kitchens, a “broadcast-type” culinary demonstration kitchen, and executive meeting and strategy spaces. The 80,000 sf interior renovation brings the headquarters up-to-date with new furniture standards and infrastructure, while introducing a new cafeteria and dining for Pepperidge Farm’s “workplace of the future.”

Pepperidge Farm, Breakout Space Green, Copyright Sarah Mechling, Perkins Eastman

Perkins Eastman also worked with Pepperidge Farm to develop internal branding initiatives that helped support positive culture shifts within the organization. Through environmental graphics, imagery, art, copy, and color we delivered a dynamic workplace environment that effectively communicates their brand to help build commitment and loyalty.

Pepperidge Farm, Breakout Space Orange, Copyright Paúl Rivera, ArchPhoto

Pepperidge Farm, Factory Lounge, Copyright Paúl Rivera, ArchPhoto

Pepperidge Farm, Store, Copyright Paúl Rivera, ArchPhoto

Pepperidge Farm, Kitchen, Copyright Sarah Mechling, Perkins Eastman

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