Following an extensive transformation of the downtown office in downtown San Antonio, Lake|Flato Architects has created a reinvigorated space designed to promote creativity, collaboration, and culture.
Located in Washington D.C.’s central business district, 1900 N Street is an 11-story, office building designed by Doug Hocking of Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and Derek Wood of FOX Architects Associate embellished with a unique glass façade, rooftop terraces, and a ground-level retail space.
The new Novatek Headquarters structure, designed by Sergei Tchoban, Igor Chlenov, and Alexey Ilin consists of five buildings positioned around the outer edge of the site, with a central atrium covered by a transparent, unsupported roof.
Setting a new benchmark for world-class sustainable developments, the Foundry by fjmtstudio, Sisson, and Davenport Campbell & Partners offers a different typology of the workplace that heralds a shift towards new ways of working.
With a strong emphasis on environmental sustainability, Eric Parry Architects' One Liverpool Street project, commissioned by a joint venture between Aviva Investors and TfL, features nearly 300 cycle spaces and high-quality end-of-journey facilities, promoting eco-friendly commuting options.
Using an architectural vocabulary that is timeless, PMA Madhushala designs a multifunctional office building that meets the client's expectations and comfort requirements, the S-Nine suggests an efficient and environmentally conscious envelope for hot semi-arid climates.
Designed by b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos, the Polaris North Building is described as the "office of the future" with open plan spaces, ample light, and all the prerequisites for a healthy work environment.
Wolf Ackerman and EskewDumezRipple's Center of Developing Entrepreneurs (CODE) is a new mixed-use project in Downtown Charlottesville comprised of a new public plaza for the historic pedestrian mall and 215,000 sf of multi-use space, including a strategic combination of coworking, office space, shared amenities, and retail.
Eric Owen Moss of Eric Owen Moss Architects and Land Images have designed a 235-foot tall office building as part of an ongoing 35-year revitalization plan for a former industrial and manufacturing zone in Central Los Angeles, California.
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