A modern, open office design concept was implemented to accommodate CBRE’s growing number of employees.
This office move accommodates the growth of the firm’s employee and client base in the Chicago and Midwest market.
Amy Nicholson and Micki Washington, AIA, RID, IIDA, LEED AP, have joined HOK’s growing interiors practice in Houston.
Founded in 2011, the studio’s portfolio continues to grow with design-focused pieces that are handcrafted and built to last for generations to come.
Design firm Gensler is to open a new German outpost, their third European office after London and Birmingham (and their first on the mainland continent).
Ware Malcomb has promoted Alicia Zaro to Studio Manager, Interior Architecture & Design in the firm’s Los Angeles office.
With no hard lines between disciplines, we have been able to achieve a high degree of collaboration and cross-pollination, which leads not only to integrated solutions but to meaningful work as well.
We sit down with the co-founders of Fora which has taken the co-working model forward into pro-working.
The program focused on shining examples, offering the design community a different way of looking at the delivery of an employee-centric workspace.
The Center for Architecture launched the Zero Waste Challenge to encourage architects, designers and engineers to implement more impactful waste reduction measures in their own offices.
Meier, who founded Richard Meier & Partners in 1963, will continue to be “available to colleagues and clients who seek his vast experience and counsel,” the firm said Tuesday.
Hear details about our humble beginnings and subsequent tremendous growth, along with fascinating stories of the founding of Environetics.
Perkins+Will celebrates its 10-year milestone named as one of Canada’s Greenest Employersby Canada’s Top 100 Employers 2018 competition.
California-based MBH Architects has announced that New York City-based Anderson Architects is joining the MBH family. Stimulated by a shared sense of commitment to collaborative architecture and design, this move pairs distinctive yet complementary skills and disciplines.
The Berlin-based designer is propelled by an intense interrogation of materials; her work ranges from table cloths to office interiors.
The tenant improvement project features open office space, a training room, conference rooms, a large break room, and multiple collaboration areas.
This shift has caused project managers (PMs), facility managers, brokers, and architects to think differently about their roles.
Lauren Rottet with Rottet Studio has created some of the most iconic hospitality projects in recent years.
We were asked to create a showroom that both tied to the language of the previous showrooms that we designed for Knoll (in NY, Houston, and SF) while tailoring the design to both the material palette and needs of the local market.