Think Company Locations
Our three experience design studios located in Philadelphia, Conshohocken, and Denver are the heart of our company, where the air pulses with energy, ideas, and obscure pop culture references. Make yourself at home.
Our flagship location, in the heart of Center City.
Occupying the entire second floor of the historic Philadelphia Building, this impressive and newly-redesigned space is a bustling hub where our city-dwelling team comes together to ideate, plan, and execute.
With wall-length, sunny windows overlooking Walnut, Juniper, and Sansom streets, plenty of gathering spaces big and small, and open walls for sketching, this Philadelphia design studio instantly feels like home for everyone who knows and works with us. It’s conveniently located just a stone’s throw from City Hall, easily accessible from all forms of transit, and allows us to keep our finger firmly on the pulse of Philly—a city that’s always been in our blood.
Our cozy suburban outpost.
Conshohocken is our first and original studio space located in a beautiful, historic building with loft-style workspaces, tons of natural light, and white boards galore. Somewhat of a retreat from the velocity of the city, our Conshohocken experience design studio is the kind of place where the idea of an all-day meeting is never daunting.
Our “Conshy” Think Space was designed to feel like a home away from home—where your team and ours come together to sketch, listen, question, debate, ideate, laugh, and design. Located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, clients tend to see Conshy as a great getaway and a place to regroup and strategize.
Our western outpost, in the Mile High City.
While we’ve long serviced clients around the country (and world!), our Denver design consultancy studio represents our commitment to expansion and building a great team across the U.S.
Located in the creative and diverse Golden Triangle neighborhood, this gorgeously-appointed design and development space is surrounded by great restaurants, museums, parks, and galleries—and is in close proximity to the mountains for a great head-clearing hike. Open-air gathering areas and one-of-a-kind pieces of art, furniture, and wall coverings made by local artists and craftsmen complete the vibe of this “contemporary design meets old-school charm” location.