Knoll Research Project Case Study, Galvanize 1.0 Investigates the Incubator Space

Knoll Designs Create Dynamic Spaces for Innovators and Start-Ups

April 22, 2013

Galvanize 1.0, a new Knoll Research Project Case Study that investigates how Knoll helped the incubator space Galvanize create an “innovative ecosystem” that supports collaboration and community with new and classic designs, is now available at knoll.com

The Galvanize offices were also featured in the March 23, 2013 issue of Time magazine. The piece, “The Dream Factories,” highlights the Company’s goal of being “an education venture that mixes training and space for 259 people and 73 companies.”

Designed to give entrepreneurs and innovators the best chance for a successful launch of their new ventures, Galvanize created a space that offers support for every phase of the business development process, from shared areas for one or two people to large suites for 10 or more.

Galvanize features Antenna® Workspaces, the Generation by Knoll® family of chairs, Chadwick® Chairs, and a range of KnollStudio® and KnollExtra® products that support work in high tech collaborative areas.

Galvanize has been called the “heart of Denver’s startup community” and aims to accelerate entrepreneurs’ business growth, support transitions between phases of business growth and develop future technology talent.