Posts Tagged ‘Washington D.C.’

The Raben Group office by OTJ Architects, Washington D.C.

April 14th, 2017

The main concern with transitioning from private offices to a completely open environment was the noise factor. Therefore, there are mobile sound panels between workstations that move on a track to absorb sound at different locations when needed.

Booz Allen Hamilton’s Innovation Center Office by OTJ Architects, Washington D.C.

April 5th, 2017

Booz Allen Hamilton’s Innovation Center in Washington, DC is a free-flowing collaborative space where their employees, clients, partners, and the innovation community can converge to inspire ideas, build new technologies, grow their networks, and work together to solve the toughest problems of today and the future.

Bucketfeet store by M Crown, Washington D.C.

September 17th, 2016

The 914-square foot space, designed and conceptualized by New York-based firm M Crown, sells the brand’s signature slip-on and lace-up sneakers, which feature exclusive, limited-run prints and motifs designed by a global network of over 40,000 artists from more than 120 countries.

Silver brasserie by CORE, Washington D.C.

June 30th, 2016

Deep red leatherette upholstery adds tactile warmth to the booths and banquettes. Antique mirrors feature applied branding graphics similar to the Deco-era advertising styles.

Mykita boutique, Washington D.C.

April 9th, 2016

Oak flooring is paired with a whitewashed ceiling and walls, and obviously the design features the signature eyeframe wall to shine, stretching all the way to the back of the store.

Bar Deco by CORE, Washington D.C.

March 10th, 2016

CORE combined a stripped-down aesthetic – of exposed concrete, plaster, lath, and aged brick – with art deco and industrial motifs through the use of pattern and materials, including a variety of metals to tie into the industrial theme.

Gensler Offices, Washington D.C.

May 25th, 2015

Gensler developed a new office space for its own D.C. operations back in 2013.

N’Clud office by Wingate Hughes Architects, Washington D.C.

August 23rd, 2013

N’Clud office by Wingate Hughes Architects, Washington D.C.

Capitale Bar and Night Club by Studio3877, Washington, DC

June 24th, 2013

Rebranding of K Street Lounge to Capitale feature new bar, first level and raised seating and with custom millwork and DJ Booth.

Camper store by Benedetta Tagliabue, Washington D.C.

October 25th, 2012

Benedetta Tagliabue’s design for Camper’s first American location – in Washington D.C. – has created a shop that should entice kids and adults alike. The inspiration for the store, her third after Sevilla and Barcelona, is diverse, citing fun house mirrors that distort your reflection, the rugged surfaces on a long walk, and the creation of the shoe itself.

Streets of Georgetown store by Jeffrey Hutchison, Washington, D.C.

May 2nd, 2012

Residing in a Federal-style Georgetown carriage house, the details throughout the space that Hutchison mindfully preserved creates a narrative connection to the history of the area, while updating the overall feel with modern elements. The 6,000 square foot retail space is divided into two floors, with an additional 2,000 square foot floor for storage.