Eyewear maker fostering face time between corporate employees and customers.

As one would expect from Warby Parker, the eyewear maker has put careful thought into giving its new downtown Nashville offices a distinctive, modern look with “bright white workstations, glass-walled meeting rooms and a literary-themed aesthetic,” as The Tennesseean describes the 28,000-square-foot space. The company, the article adds, also built a showroom inside the facility that’s open to the public, which is an effort to encourage interaction between corporate employees and customers. The Nashville office has 100 employees, but the plan is to increase that number to 250 over time.

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