A series of translucent and transparent glass walls arrange the entry sequence and open office space to provide a clam work environment while taking advantage of expansive views of the city skyline. Conference rooms and private offices line the large studio area where freestanding custom-designed workstations provide a comfortable efficient environment for designers.
5,500 square feet
1999 AIA Chicago Interior Architecture Award – Citation of Merit
Barreneche, Raul A. Brininstool + Lynch, Building on Modernism. New York: Edizioni Press, 2002.
Sebastian, Stephanie. “A Japanese in Chicago,” Office International (Germany), Fall 2000, 90–94.
Jamie Padgett, Padgett & Company