Adidas’ headquarters for their North and South American operations is an adaptive reuse of a former medical center located on an 11-acre site with outstanding views of the Willamette River and the Portland skyline, but bisected by a high volume roadway. The design incorporates the challenges of this complex urban site to create a coherent corporate village, a friendly neighbor, and an integral part of the city. The team developed the site as a unified whole. A central plaza replaces a former loading dock between two existing buildings to form the main entrance and generate a wedge of public space around which the project is organized. Bike and pedestrian corridors extending from the plaza across the campus provide outdoor circulation between buildings for employees and ensure public access to a popular bus route on the roadway. The campus buildings conceal parking below new construction, sports fields and plantings, resolving the site’s challenging topography. A high performance curtain wall clads the new buildings and added as accents on the renovated structures further integrates the complex and acts as environmental wayfinding in the Village. Taking colors from the Olympic rings, the cladding also reflects Adidas’s commitment to the world of sport.