From the moment a guest walks through the front door of Luxury Estates International (LEI) headquarters in Las Vegas, it’s clear the office space is much like the company itself: sleek, stylish and contemporary. In much the same way LEI puts time and care into marketing and selling luxury real estate listings, well-placed attention is given to planning and maintaining the ideal work environment.
The office makes an immediate impact with a bold reception desk that mixes light and dark tones within a modern design. It welcomes visitors near a pair of conference rooms, surrounded by tall glass doors and framed with large video monitors. The rest of the workspace unfolds with a comfortable open floorplan with accent walls, Bocci light fixtures and custom designs by Stikwood.
Cutting-edge brands are front and center, with furniture provided by Herman Miller and Ligne Roset. A playful sense of fun can be found with three oversize chairs by Lovesac, offering a jumbo spin on the familiar beanbag concept with Durafoam-filling that spreads evenly, retains its shape and may be the most comfortable thing you’ve ever dropped your body upon.
The artwork that hangs on the walls also sports a playful mix of style and attitude. Much of it by Elena Bulatova, a Russian-born artist with a Las Vegas gallery at CityCenter. Pieces include her signature lollipop sculptures and Star Wars characters recreated over newsprint. Her partner, Efi Mashiah, is responsible for a pair of displays showing an industrial-style LEI logo in metal screws and a 3D paint brush design that appears to show the wall folding onto itself with the power of a single stroke. Recreations of classic Las Vegas imagery can be seen in the work of Jerry Misko in the marketing office and a powerful green painting in the reception area was provided by Sheridee Hopper of Macsual Studio.
Kamran Zand knows that a productive office is a successful one. So he made a point to stay away from overly-familiar trappings when designing the workspace. Some desks are assigned to specific office employees who spend most of their time in-house. However, on-the-go Realtors and agents can hop on and off a number of different desks throughout what is essentially a vibrant interactive co-working environment. Each one can quickly adjust to standing position with the press of a button, allowing users to feel the energy of a good stretch while on their feet typing away on a 27-inch iMac.
And just like many of the luxury homes represented by LEI, the office is equipped with high-tech automation. Nest thermostats use smart features to keep the air at the perfect temperature while a Sonos sound system can be heard from room-to-room with volume and music controlled by the touch of a smartphone.
See the decor and designs for yourself. Book an appointment with the Kamran Zand today and visit the office in person.