What if you could design a single coherent space that was simultaneously strong, established, and formal to outside, and fun, collaborative and loose to the staff?
Most of the first floor was designed to perform as a conference center to address their client-facing hospitality requirements. Understated luxury is conveyed through screening elements with clean lines in a muted material palette of warm wood and textured stone. A procession of conference rooms emerges gradually and are marked by marble slabs. On the upper levels, the group’s dynamic, fast-paced work environment calls for a space that is balanced, open, and flexible. An open stair is a social hub between the two upper floors and glass conference rooms, creating a sense of transparency while showcasing their cultural community. Banquettes along the perimeter as well as moveable furniture allow employees greater autonomy to create impromptu breakout spaces and areas for privacy.
Robin Donaldson, AIA
Russell Shubin, AIA, LEED AP
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