Government & Defense
Travis County Civil and Family Courts
Relativity Space Headquarters
Arizona Department of Administration
U.S. General Services Administration, Federal Office Building
Dallas County Records Building Renovation and Addition
City of Austin Permitting and Development Center
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Vermont Corridor
County of Sonoma Comprehensive County Facilities Plan
Confidential Government Client
Federal Aviation Administration Southwest Regional Headquarters
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
Star Clinic and Housing for Health Office
G.T. Mickey Leland Federal Building
Federal Government Agency
Maricopa City Hall
Port of Long Beach
U.S. General Services Administration Headquarters
Defense Health Agency Headquarters
City of Snoqualmie City Hall
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)
Temporary U.K. Parliament
Younger Generations Work Differently. What Does This Mean for the Future Workplace?
10 Spaces That Are No Longer Optional to Create a Great Workplace Experience
How the Future of Work Is Influencing Workplace Design
Trends to Watch: What’s Next for the Future of Workplace and Workplace Design
Trends to Watch: Accessible and Inclusive Design Will Draw Workers Back to the Office
U.S. Workplace Survey 2022
The Hospitality-Driven Workplace
Are People the New Workplace Amenity?
There’s No Place Like the Office: Infusing Hospitality Design Into the Workplace
Why It’s Time to Demand More From Our Workplace Experience
Hybrid Is Here to Stay: 5 Considerations for Creating a Better Hybrid Experience
How Inclusive Design Supports Resilience and Climate Preparedness
Government & Defense: Design Strategies for a Post-COVID World
Shaping an Equitable Future With USPS
Amid a polarized landscape, resilience design will gain universal acceptance.
Operating on the front lines of crisis response, state and local governments are intimately aware of the demands placed on their facilities to survive the hardest of challenges. Resilient design strategies will be instrumental in supporting public services during extreme weather events, grid outages, and geopolitical unrest.
Public services will step into the digital age.
Many government services that used to require in-person attendance will shift online if they have not already. While acknowledging and correcting for the digital divide many communities face, facilities like resource centers and DMVs will enact nimbler public service delivery strategies such as “genius bar” models to combine in-person connection with digital speed.
Adaptive reuse will provide an unexpected opportunity for governments to evolve.
With hybrid work leading governments to trim down real estate holdings, one optimal workplace planning strategy will be to embrace existing inventory and landmarks. While signaling a responsible use of taxpayer dollars, adaptive reuse will simplify portfolio management even as governments stretch into innovative, mixed-use building typologies to benefit local communities.