Panic Software offices by Holst Architecture, Portland – Oregon

December 8th, 2013 by retail design blog

The Panic, Inc. Headquarters is a renovation and tenant improvement of an existing wood-framed warehouse building. Holst converted a dark, warehouse into a bright studio, providing an intimate and creative workplace for Panics employees, while remaining flexible to allow company growth. The building renovation included three large skylights, a new steel stair, and the addition of 150-square-foot roof deck requiring structural improvements, as well as a number of other spaces including a library, conference room, kitchen and family room.



















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