Where is home? That simple yet paramount question lay at the center of what would ultimately become one of the most significant changes Toyota’s North American operations had made in the past 50 years. In 2014, Toyota announced the momentous relocation of its North American headquarters to Plano, Texas. The Japanese automaker recognized it was time to re-envision a more connected future that would allow its North American operations to be successful for the next 50 years and beyond. The result was a commitment to bringing its entire North American workforce together under a plan known as “One Toyota.” Throughout the process of choosing a new location and design partner, the concept of home weighed heavily on their decision, as Toyota would need to relocate thousands of people from across the country to Texas. We knew we could create a beautiful, state-of-the-art space that could ultimately house nearly 7,000 Team Members in a light-filled and collaborative environment that fulfilled their every need. But we also knew that in order for such a significant change to be a success, Toyota’s Team Members needed to feel at home in their new space. And a physical space alone doesn’t make a home. Home isn’t just a building. Home is a feeling. Here, we’ll show you how we helped Toyota North America find their home in their flagship North American headquarters in Plano, Texas.