The architect’s home office inhabits a post WWII industrial building with an eclectic design approach that juxtaposes vintage and reclaimed industrial features with modernist elements. The tenant improvements extend the core and shell building’s sustainable approach by incorporating LED lighting, Interface flooring, Steelcase furnishings, and reclaimed and low VOC finishes. The architects’ vision is supported by a workplace environment that tells the story of design approach and values while supporting a variety of work styles, individual work, as well as collaborative work in a seamless, inspiring manner.
Reclaimed wood, sustainable flooring, vintage industrial era artifacts, mid-century modern furniture, Steelcase, Polygal translucent panels, quartz and stainless steel surfaces
[walk score]: 61
Architectural: Johnston Design Group
Interiors: Dee Ann Lack, Young Office Interiors, Splurge Lighting
Constructor: Ken Lane and Claire Stancik
Photography: Meechan Photography