When Aaron Salow of XOEye approached us in early fall of 2014 he was in a temporary office space in the Germantown area in central Nashville. XOEye was not only in the midst of bringing on investment but also new team members and were quickly outgrowing their temporary office.
A few things needed to be kept in mind – a lot of the team lived in Germantown and thought that the vibe of this Nashville neighborhood reflected their technology company well. Salow also wanted to be sure we found a creative office space that could accommodate their growing team and be flexible with a mix of open and private space. Through searching we found the perfect blank slate – white walls and concrete floors in The Square Building in Germantown.
With XOEye’s branding touches this office has come to life. The story of XOEye goes back to Salow’s roots with his father involved in the manufacturing industry. Salow pays homage to that through the industrial photography throughout the space. It’s a nice mix with the nod towards technology in the marquee branding of the XOEye logo backed by changing LED lighting.
With a more open space concept that they were able to make multiple spots comfortable to fit everyone. From the living room couch area complete with whiteboards for brainstorming sessions to the handmade conference table that sits as the centerpiece.
Check out XOEye as this company continues to make waves with wearables technology space and industrial markets.