Our Washington, D.C. studio will benefit from the same workplace design strategies we regularly provide to our own clients when we relocate the studio next year.
We’ve signed a lease for a new studio at 1222 22nd Street, NW, a former White House transportation facility that our designers will transform into a creative and sustainable loft office space. All the planning, decision-making, and strategy-setting related to the relocation process is being handled in-house, with the firm adhering to the same best practices it employs when working with workplace clients.
“Once we started looking at the design to renovate the building, we thought that this would make an excellent choice for our own new offices. The timeline for delivering the renovated building and our lease expiration coincided perfectly,” said Ken Wilson, Design Principal in the Washington, D.C. studio.
“Our in-house expertise has been the blueprint for monumental change,” said Laura Vierling, Principal, Workplace Strategist and Change Practitioner. “Planning for our new space is a little bit like a doctor treating themselves. It’s been so rewarding to see how well this process works and the level of engagement among the team. At our core, we are problem solvers who relish the chance to lend the same expertise and solutions to our clients.”