Our primary intention was to focus on a basic architectural issue: the relationship of the building to the site, an issue which is often ignored in commercial interior work. This is accomplished by establishing an ongoing dialogue between the base building architecture (the site) and the offices (the insertion). While each is made up of the same kit of parts - columns, walls, floors, roofs, cladding - they differ in scale, materials and sense of permanence.
Awards & Publications
1997 National AIA; 1997 Honor Award in Interior Architecture
1994 Institute of Business Designers: Project of the Year
1994 Institute of Business Designers: Will Ching FIBD Design Award
1993 Washington Chapter AIA Award: Merit Award in Interior Architecture
1993 Virginia Society of Architects Inform Magazine Award