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Our Studio has moved to the historic Southern Building

News—————30 June 2020

We are excited to share that our Studio has moved to The Southern Building on 15th Street. Built in 1912, it was designed by one of America's most noted architects and urban designers Daniel Burnham. His designs include New York's Flatiron and Wanamaker Annex, Chicago's Reliance and Rookery Buildings and DC's Union Station. We are inspired by this iconic, extraordinary space.

We designed the fit-out in keeping with the historical integrity of the space. In keeping with expressing the original materiality, the original steel columns were revealed and we kept the terrazzo throughout intact. The addition of a new kitchen, two conference spaces, and a WELL room round out the open space for our architects. The space is full of sunlight and has a prime view of the Washington Monument and the White House.

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