We created a calm and serene environment that promotes good corporate communication within this multimedia design firm. A set of transparent glass doors and side panels lead visitors from the elevator lobby into the reception area. Walls of translucent glass panels divide the reception area, conference rooms, and private offices from the large studio area where designers work in freestanding, custom designed workstations, preserving the open studio environment and maintaining views of the city.
5,500 square feet
1999 AIA Chicago Interior Architecture Award – Citation of Merit
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Sebastian, Stephanie. “A Japanese in Chicago,” Office International (Germany), Fall 2000, 90–94.
Jamie Padgett, Padgett & Company