Interior Design

SMMA's Interior Design team is known for creating environments that reflect and enhance the identity, health, and culture of our clients. We work outside conventional approaches by integrating best practices from multiple disciplines and design traditions, combining ingenuity with a practical ability to meet demanding schedules and fixed budgets.

Balanced Approach

The changing American workplace is producing a forward-thinking definition of the office. Today, the office is mobile, adaptable, and open to facilitate the free exchange of ideas. We recognize that each individual client requires a distinct and balanced program designed to fit their cultural and operational needs. We help define this balance, developing a design solution uniquely suited to their needs and goals.

Work + Fun

Our interior designers thrive on meeting the challenge of a custom solution, and excel in the process of exploring, testing, and confirming each element of the project design. We enjoy advancing through the process, making strong, personal relationships with clients along the way. This results in vibrant, transparent, and healthy environments that foster employee satisfaction and success.


For Gen Z, “Enhanced Communication” Won’t Cut It

Generation Z has become a hot topic in conversations surrounding workplace design. Concerns abound over their reliance on technology and the way post-9/11 culture has influenced their perceptions. Social researchers, marketers, and academics are all looking to find answers to the questions of how to attract, retain, and integrate this talent into an evolving, multi-generational workforce.

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Design for Gen Z

EMC Corporation Next-Generation Offices

Next-Gen, Now

Our design took into consideration EMC's traveling sales team, which requires a remote site to camp for less than a day at a time— nowhere more so than in this NYC office. Under the “Next-Generation Office” (NGO) moniker, and using the Penn Plaza office as a testing ground, SMMA collaborated with EMC to launch a new space paradigm, emphasizing collaboration over hierarchy and allowing for the accommodation of visiting sales staff. 

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GoDaddy Northeast Headquarters

GoDaddy Goes Cambridge

If you’ve watched the Super Bowl, you know GoDaddy: The company is nearly as renowned for its annual boundary-pushing advertisement, which makes waves every year during the Big Game, as for the services it provides. For their Northeast headquarters, the client's directive was simple and egalitarian: Make the views accessible to everyone and democratize the space so that there are no private offices.

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Rhode Island Corporate Headquarters

Designing to Context

Productivity is fostered by a streamlined, flexible, and logical organization of core functions, which reduced the overall square-footage requirements by over 10%. An operable glass cafeteria wall opens to outdoor patio space, for training and social use. Throughout the building, there are impromptu meeting and collaboration spaces, including the ground-floor café, fitness center, lobby, and dining room.

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Join Our Team!

We are always looking for talented, motivated individuals who thrive on collaboration and are passionate about design. If you think you'd be a good fit, we'd love to hear from you. Visit our Careers page to check out our open positions.

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