Real estate company Cushman and Wakefield recently hired architecture and interior design firm HGA to design their new office in Washington, DC.
“HGA‘s workplace innovation and change management experts thoughtfully considered how proximity, pathways, acoustics, events and intersections can encourage an inclusive culture and facilitate new thinking.
The office features a hospitality-driven, client-facing reception area, called the Arena, and offers amenities including a lounge with a full pantry, a pool table, a bar with beer on tap for certain meetings, and a game room for employees.
Situated on each side of the Arena are spaces dedicated to collaborating and socializing. The workplace offers a diverse range of reservable spaces to meet the needs of privacy, collaboration and wellness, as well as targeted areas that can transform to support different office modes, from heads-down to happy hour. The Arena and other central hubs throughout the space will draw employees and visitors in to connect.
HGA’s Workplace Team of interior architects and designers, lighting designers, MEP engineers and hardware specialists worked in coordination with Cushman & Wakefield’s workplace innovation and change management experts, including Antonia Cardone, Gary Helminski and Adrian Conforti, to design the new office space. Audio-visual consultant, Netrix and office Furniture specialist, Henricksen supported in the project’s execution and Gensler Design Lab completed the programming.”
- Location: Washington, DC
- Date completed: April 2022
- Size: 38,000 square feet
- Design: HGA
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