Office Building Design
HGA designed the space.
Google Canada’s 58,000-sf headquarters was designed as a “elegant garage,” and features work of local artists. It was also the first Google office to have a real miniature golf course. Photo courtesy Google/Camilla Pucholt
Perkins Eastman recommends personalization, access and “linkages,” and variety as design criteria...
Rendering courtesy of Foster + Partners.
Foster + Partners designed the building.
Open floor plans that encourage collaboration are becoming “best practices” for office designers. Image: Ted Moudis Associates
The latest report by Ted Moudis Associates also finds more space being allocated for amenities an...read more
Photo courtesy Gensler
Gensler designed the new HQ.
An open floor plan usuallly means lower office fit-out costs, according to a new JLL report. Image: Pixabay
The new JLL report also finds landlords offering more generous tenant improvement allowances....
A glass-walled conference room overlooks the atrium of Ryan Cos.' headquarters, which incorporates seating for the company’s cafeteria.
From Chicago to Charlotte, the tech boom is transforming urban real estate markets and redefining...read more
Rendering courtesy Beauty and the Bit
Landsbankinn is Iceland’s largest bank.
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The substantial use of glass on the interior of Apple Park has caused headaches for some employee...read more
The deal is worth $30 million.
Photo: Magda Biernat
Approximately 400 employees will occupy the SkB Architects-designed space.
A view of a shared office space operated by WeWork, which has 200,000 members and locations in 20 countries. Flex and co-working offices are gaining broader acceptance among corporate tenants, property managers, and landlords. Image: Matteo Doni, via Wikimedia Commons
More landlords see these spaces as “long-term solutions.”
Courtesy of Pierattelli Architetture
The wings have a surface area of over 1,100 sm.
Cautious development and healthy absorption across major markets contributed to the decline in va...read more
Designed by Vertical Arts Architecture, the building features design elements found in high-end c...read more
The new office occupies 3 floors at 800 Main Avenue SW.
Courtesy Michael Green Architecture/Lotus Equity Group
Michael Green Architecture is designing the building.
Photo courtesy of NBBJ
The Spheres provide the most unique aspect of Amazon’s downtown Seattle headquarters.
Photo: Catalina Ayubi
The new space has been dubbed ‘Tribe.’
Kitchens are one of the must-have features in spec suites, ready-to-move-in office spaces that are increasingly attractive to smaller, newer companies looking for rentals. Image: Darrin Hunter, courtesy of Dyer Brown
Filling a need for startups looking for quick move-ins.
The company expects to invest over $5 billion in construction and grow HQ2 to include as many as...read more
There are many new tools and methods that are beginning to look more comprehensively to evaluate...read more
The space emphasizes WELL’s vital concepts of air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort, a...read more
Parks, trails, and recreation areas will take up one-third of the 500-acre West Farm live/work development, whose construction is about to begin in Omaha, Neb. Image: SB Architects
Walkability and recreation will be key features of West Farm.
Photo: Justin Clemmons
lauckgroup designed the new headquarters space.
Photo: Aurelijus Valeiša, Creative Commons
In using an open RFP process with a tight timeline, Amazon created a frenzied, almost hackathon-l...read more
Gensler led the Building Team that converted a 16,000-sf former storage facility into a new headquarters space for Investors Management Corporation, one of several old buildings that have been transformed during a recent redevelopment spurt in Raleigh, N.C. Image: Chris Leonard/courtesy of Gensler
This adaptive reuse establishes more direct visual and physical connections to a growing city. ...
The headquarters of the Dairy Farmers of America is an example of a new breed of suburban corporate campuses that complement an emerging growth corridor—in this case, Kansas City, Kan.—that already included retail, restaurants, and residential. The 110,000-sf building was designed with an eye toward recruitment and retention. HOK was the design architect for the office; JE Dunn Construction built it. Photo: Michael Robinson.
Is the shift toward attracting younger workers too much or not enough?