Inside Office Space: Highlandtown’s Vitamin

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Citybizlist continues its Pictorial Tour feature spotlighting  a local company’s office through pictures, with Baltimore design and marketing boutique Vitamin.

Founded in 2002, Vitamin provides brand strategy, print design, web design, and public relations services.

Its studio is located in Highlandtown among row houses filled with locally owned businesses, including the Creative Alliance at the Patterson Theatre. The studio was built out in 2005 to create a space that inspires a culture that is current, intelligent, relaxed, and goal-orientated.

Vitamin is led and owned by president and CEO Amanda Karfakis and COO Mike Karfakis (husband and wife team).

Its client roster includes Saint Agnes Hospital, Hamilton Bank, and 1st Mariner Arena, among others.

Without further ado, enjoy the digital tour through Vitamin’s Highlandtown office.

About Vitamin
Vitamin® is the Cure for the Common Brand. The firm is a rare boutique that integrates brand strategy, print design, web design, and public relations all under one roof. Vitamin’s studio is located in the heart of Highlandtown, among row houses filled with locally owned businesses, including coffee shops, restaurants, and the Creative Alliance at the Patterson Theatre. Vitamin will celebrate its 10th anniversary this year. The studio was built out in 2005 to create a space that inspires a culture that is current, intelligent, relaxed, and goal-orientated. Vitamin is owned by Amanda and Mike Karfakis (husband and wife team); the firm employs 8, including a security officer, Alaz (Mike and Amanda’s German Shepherd).

Vitamin’s studio in the heart of Highlandtown’s Arts & Entertainment District just steps away from the Creative Alliance and 137-acre Patterson Park

Gutted and renovated by Vitamin in 2005, the studio is designed to inspire employees, clients, and visitors to free-think, create, and express individuality
 
Century-old brick walls run floor to ceiling and exposed beams reveal the original framework of the building, constructed in 1910
 

Maple hardwoods bring the floor to life while architectural lighting and surround-sound system accent the 15ft sloped ceiling
 

For a team with several bike enthusiasts on staff, this is considered functional wall art
 

A custom barn door inspired by the translucent art work of Christopher Wilmarth’s light and gravity work
 
Vitamin’s conference area buzzes with ideas and weekend updates during Monday morning meetings
 
A graffiti mural of our company name created by a local artist Adam Stab
 
The art director’s desk surrounded by wall art that inspires creativity
 
The designer’s den – seven feet underground; well lit and built for comfort and relaxation
 
A design review under way. Team work creates great things at Vitamin
 
Vitamin’s security officer posted where he can survey the upstairs and downstairs simultaneously

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