CannonDesign announced Michael Bonomo has joined the firm as Principal, Director of Global Workplace and Co-Leader of its Corporate/Commercial market. An innovative leader who has directly influenced over 10 million sf of interior environments across tech, corporate, retail and experiential spaces, Michael will focus on growing CannonDesign's workplace brand, capabilities and teams with initial focus in New York City and San Francisco.
"It takes dynamic people to deliver dynamic work and Michael is one of the best in the world when it comes to creating successful workplaces," said Meg Osman, executive director of CannonDesign's global Corporate/Commercial market. "We could not be more thrilled to have him join our team and look forward to how he will inspire our clients, team members and design process in creating memorable solutions that advance culture, talent and business."

During his career, Michael has collaborated with leading global companies including Bloomberg, Honeywell, Kate Spade, Time Warner, Huffington Post, Spotify and HSBC to name a few. He's also an important industry voice as a member of Contract magazine's advisory board, a regular panelist at key events including the Contemporary Furniture Fair, and a professional member of IIDA's New York Chapter. Prior to joining CannonDesign, Michael served as M Moser Associates' Creative Director of North America.

Remarkably creative, skilled and versatile, Michael has led award-winning work for companies of all type, complexity and scale. His work is also regularly published by Interior Design, Contract, Commercial Property Executive, DEMO Magazine, Visual Merchandising and Store Design and Perspective New York.

"Becoming part of the CannonDesign team is a tremendous opportunity to leverage my talents in exciting new ways with remarkable clients," said Bonomo. "CannonDesign has such strong market presence, design talent and geographic reach, the potential to help clients create beautiful workplaces that promote wellness and employee satisfaction, increase recruitment and retention, accelerate innovation and strengthen their bottom line is almost limitless."

To help Michael achieve this potential, CannonDesign is actively hiring new workplace designers, project managers and business development leaders and teams in New York City and San Francisco.

"There are exciting shifts currently occurring in how and where we work. We're seeing dynamic changes in how people engage and are supported by agile spaces which ultimately drive key business objectives for global companies today," added Bonomo. "Our profession has a real opportunity to shape this future and we're looking for people interested in seizing that opportunity. I can't wait to start."