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Studio27Architecture’s New Studio

News—————23 February 2021

Our new office space in the Southern Building - designed by our architectural studio - is open and full of natural light and operable windows, yet private and collaborative in the right areas. We designed the fit-out in keeping with the historic integrity of the space by expressing the original materiality. The massive original steel columns are revealed and the terrazzo is left intact. This office is located in the historic Southern Building, designed by Daniel Burnham. Hoachlander Davis Photography

Open workstations
Studio Twenty Seven Architecture Southern Building Office conference rooms
Studio Twenty Seven Architecture Southern Building Office conference rooms
Studio Twenty Seven Architecture Southern Building Office Fit Out
Collaboration space

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