Projects

Behind the Curtain: Sonic Automotive

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Coming from a fairly closed environment, Sonic executives saw the new headquarters as an opportunity to illustrate the company’s corporate culture and bring to life its mantra, “carpe diem.”

Behind the Curtain: IBM Dulles Station West

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It’s within this 21st century technological framework that IBM, currently the second largest employer in the United States according to Fortune magazine, has recognized the need to establish a more mobile workplace designed to allow and support flexibility in employee work patterns and schedules.

iProspect’s New Office Mixes Old Cowtown with the New Fort Worth

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The space — a 25,000 s.f., former metal fabrication warehouse built in the 1950s — had plenty of existing character. Concrete columns with graffiti and a few masonry partitions were incorporated into the design. It also includes wood, metal, railroad ties, and historic glazing that incorporates the feel of its previous location in the Stockyards.

Smart Working at Credit Suisse

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The idea of Smart Working at Credit Suisse was born in the spring of 2010. We had realized there was an opportunity to optimize our real-estate footprint while providing employees with a work environment that better fit their different needs.

Behind the Curtain: Manifest Digital

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Manifest Digital, a Chicago-based interactive design agency, recently relocated their space to the Jeweler’s Building in downtown Chicago at 35 E. Wacker Drive. The 40-story landmark office faces the Chicago River.