This project involved renovation for a new tenant space to support the newly formed business merger of NAI West Michigan. The design generated from key workshops with the users that identified individual work styles and common group meeting needs. The core of the design layout provided a open reception and cafe space to support NAI users and customers. Individual and group work environments were organized around this common space and provided reconfigurable settings to support individual work styles and privacy needs. New materials and lighting were layered into existing infrastructure to allow the historical character of the space to co-exist with the new brand identity of NAI.
This project involved renovation of en existing 72,000 SF tenant office building located in downtown Grand Rapids. The approach was to layer in a new design aesthetic at select locations that would revitalize building appeal and preserve the historic character. A limited budget required a strategic approach for the degree of renovation and location.
Workspring is a high performance meeting and hosting environment created as a rentable collaborative space for off-site users. The design involved renovation of a third floor site located in the Historic Medinah Court of downtown Chicago. The space is designed as a range of small group meeting environments supported by a high level of technology and hospitality. Materials, lighting, and furniture were all developed with sustainable techniques and organized around the physical and psychological comfort needs of groups and teams.
This project involved planning, renovation, and new construction of the campus buildings for Wedgwood Christian Services. Design includes master planning of existing campus and upgrade of current institutional facilities to better serve the mission and program growth for Wedgwood Christian Services. Building design and campus development included a School, Wellness Center, Residence Halls, Counseling Center, and Administrative Offices. The school facility was also LEED Certified
This project involved renovation of an existing multi-tenant office|production facility into the new home for Xrite Corporate Headquarters. Our role was teaming up with Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Inc. as design consultants for review and recomendations of interior and exterior design approach.
This project involved renovation of an existing Library floor (22,000 SF) into a new innovative learning environment for students and faculty. The environment is made up of classrooms and faculty offices with additional "in-between" spaces dedicated for informal interface between faculty and students. The concept developed from a number of "stakeholder workshops" with administrators, faculty and students. The response reflects an effort to enhance communication|collaboration between the administration, faculty and students, through shared ideas, visioning and learning from one another.