Workplace environments are ever-changing laboratories of productivity and collaboration, driven by advances in technology and new generations of contributors entering the workforce. Our designs are fueled by our unique understanding of how work gets done. Gone are the days of the office supporting only “heads-down” work. Today’s office should be a place of collaboration, collisions of ideas and represent organizational culture. The best workplace should allow the user to configure the environment to their needs, personality and activity, and their movement between tasks should be natural and effortless. These principles are at the foundation of how we design work space and result in environments that support collaboration, diversity of ideas, and spontaneous interaction.
Full Project List
CityView Apartments Branding
Barry-Wehmiller Group Office Building Renovation
Busch O'Donnell Office Renovation
Centene Corporation - Great Falls, Montana
McDonnell Pediatric Research Building, Washington University School of Medicine
Brown & James Law Offices
Olive 40 Building
Emergency Department Renovation, St. Mary's Health Center
Clayco Corporate Headquarters
Power House at St. Louis Union Station
Mackey Mitchell Corporate Office, Cupples 9
Centene Corporation - Indianapolis, Indiana
Medical Office Building, St. Clare Health Center
Grand Central at St. Louis Union Station
The Highlands at Forest Park
Corporate Woods ll Multi-Tenant Office Building
Chesterfield Ridge Center
Crafted Curiosity in Asheville06.28.2018 | Mackey Mitchell
Lexington Glassworks is a non-traditional, artisanal space in the middle
Designing for the Dimensions of Being (Human), Part 206.07.2016 | Marcus Adrian
Part two of this five-part series focuses on the sensory dimension of being human, and what that means for architectural design.
Finding Balance One Step At A Time04.26.2016 | Matthew Roeder
Learn how a design team created an inventive custom casework solution, balancing children’s safety and caregiver convenience.
Designing For The Dimensions of Being (Human)03.14.2016 | Marcus Adrian
Exploring design perspectives that focus on human ability in four specific dimensions.