ODW Logistics Office by M+A Architects, Columbus – Ohio

April 19th, 2017 by retail design blog

M+A Architects has designed the new offices of logistics company ODW Logistics, located in Columbus, Ohio. As a family owned Logistics Company with 40 years of success, ODW Logistics found itself bursting at the seams in its existing facility south of Columbus. They sought to find a new corporate headquarters that would bring their business groups together to foster high level collaborative thinking and exude their brand to attract the best new talent in the region.

This effort landed them at the newly renovated historic Buggyworks building in the Arena District of downtown Columbus. The authentic character of the building’s heavy timber framing, exposed brick walls and abundance of natural light along with the building’s own logistics based history enabled ODW to tell their powerful story.

The 17,300 SF office allows for growth up to 95 employees including 7 executive offices, 16 private offices, a large open café, training room, board room and small collaborative meeting spaces. The space is accented with rich, textured finishes in subtle hues that complement the existing building- the highlight of which are weathered barn wood accent walls.

Design: M+A Architects
Photography: Feinknopf Photography/Lauren K. Davis

https://officesnapshots.com/2017/04/12/odw-logistics-offices-columbus/

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One thought on “ODW Logistics Office by M+A Architects, Columbus – Ohio

  1. The Square says:

    I just realize that earth-centric design like using natural color codes and textures creates a magnificent effect of the total look. It breaths a fresh air, and more so, it refrlects nature 🙂

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