Building upon the industrial aesthetic of an existing concrete warehouse and the precedent set by the client’s established identity, this 28,000 sf tenant improvement project is a mix of modifiable meeting spaces and open office areas contained within and separated by masses of varying scales. A number of custom features were designed to highlight significant elements of Open DNS’s office culture: a CNC-routed mural, a diagrid acoustic baffle array, a plywood-clad stadium, and multiple mobile meeting units. As project designer and project manager, my role included client interface, programming, schematic design and design development, design and detailing of custom features and furnishings, consultant coordination, and construction administration for the entire project.
Project completed while working as a Project Designer at Min Day Architects
Project Photos by Bruce Damonte