A New Home in Uptown

A wooden framework guides circulation around the atrium.
© Adam Rouse
Spaces for staff to grab a coffee and hold informal meetings
© Adam Rouse
Work environments overlooking a central atrium
We designed work environments overlooking the building’s atrium to feel inviting and comfortable. © Adam Rouse
Semi-private spaces are interspersed within work areas.
© Adam Rouse
Outdoor terraces features views of the city, hills, and bay.
Outdoor terraces, designed in collaboration with EinwillerKuehl, include numerous seating areas overlooking the city, hills and bay. © Adam Rouse

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