PR firms across the US put great thought and effort into creating their workspaces. PRWeek looked across the nation to find agencies whose offices underscore their innovation and inspire their staffs.
Porter Novelli, New York
Staffers enjoy endless views of Manhattan's skyline at every turn.
Fama PR, Boston
Yoga classes overlooking Liberty Wharf are a common sight atop the agency's building in the Innovation District.
LaunchSquad, San Francisco
Each individual is empowered to think creatively by a unique setup that includes private booths and hot desking.
To reflect the firm's g4 model, traditional offices are replaced by sprawling, bold, and fun spaces, such as The Strategist Room.
Lippe Taylor, New York
Believing a PR office should be fun and whimsical, the firm describes its layout as "Pee-wee's Playhouse meets Fornasetti."
Carmichael Lynch Spong, Minneapolis
Claiming to be the "greenest agency in America," the firm's LEED-designed workspace drives creativity and teamwork.
Putting its own spin on "dog days," the Sunshine State agency ensures its staffers enjoy the comfortable touches of home.
Capstrat, Raleigh, NC
The "treehouse" is among numerous unique and custom-designed meeting areas that inspire spontaneous chats.
Edelman, New York
Employees at the New York office of the world's largest PR firm are jumping for joy – and they have ample rooftop space to do so.
French/West/Vaughan, Raleigh, NC
Contemporary southern charm is on full display and is accentuated by exposed brick walls and hardwood floors.
APCO Worldwide, Washington, DC
Producers, designers, and all PR staffers are inspired to collaborate and create at APCO's eco-friendly office in the nation's capital.
Weber Shandwick, Chicago
An open floor plan and cutting-edge design is immediately seen upon entry into the Windy City office at the John Hancock Center.
Fast Horse, Minneapolis
A layout that welcomes its staffers' comfort captures the "work where you want, when you want" philosophy.
Coyne PR, Parsippany, NJ
Every area of the agency's headquarters is designed to cultivate a passionate and creative culture – and the kitchen is no exception.
The group space in the reception area allows visitors to see the collaboration first hand.
Shift Communications, Boston
A literal and effective way to make sure all of the agency's employees feel like rock stars
W2O Group, Austin, TX
The sleek, modern look befits the office's role as the firm's digital hub.
FleishmanHillard, St. Louis
The chalk wall both inspires and symbolizes the agency's ongoing pursuit of ever-flowing and monumental ideas.
Lewis PR, San Francisco
Visitors are immediately welcomed by a reclaimed wood lobby and a sense of the open floor plan.
PadillaCRT, Richmond, VA
Located in an old tannery built in the 1800s, the firm's fully stocked bar is a hit with staff.
M&C Saatchi PR, New York
Simple and clean with a touch of color, the workspace inspires ideas and collaboration.
Citizen Paine, Irvine, CA
A modern open space with vivid colors and bold designs are core attributes of the office.