A person standing next to a couch. People walking in a large room. A group of people sitting in a room with art on the wall. A group of people sitting around a table with laptops. A glass walled building with chairs and a person walking by. A man and a woman in a room with exercise equipment. A group of people inside a building. A couple of men sitting at a table in a room with a large window.
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Strategic Communications Firm

Washington, D.C.

Having built a reputation for political ad-campaign expertise, this premier communications agency relocated its Washington, D.C. office to better support its operations and services.   Providing a highly flexible space that could accommodate staff growth during presidential elections, the new Potomac River offices take advantage of the building’s idiosyncratic footprint to create unexpected spaces, making room for the firm’s highly professional yet lively culture. Drawing inspiration from Georgetown’s street life, the offices integrate mock streets and alleys, layered in an industrial style. Bench seating and an open, adjustable plan, strengthen staff communication and a firmwide connection to civil society.