"Tomorrow's Workplace" repurposes existing office inventory using design concepts that are more affordable and more sustainable than building ground-up. Read the full article published in TREND Report, southern Arizona's source for in-depth insight and analysis of commercial real estate.
Author: Andrea Hanson, AIA, CID
This presentation shares best practices for establishing, communicating, and updating district standards that meet procurement requirements.
What do we do with the abundance of Class B and Class C office space? Our design for the office of the future pairs adaptive reuse with building repositioning. The design proposes a mixed-use concept, providing flexibility for owners and building occupants. This is the optimal interior design build-out for Class A office space because it utilizes embodied energy in the building, reuses the existing structure to conserve valuable natural resources, and creates space that will fill a much-needed gap in the local real estate market. The resulting office of the future design positively impacts the surrounding community, meets space utilization trends, attracts the best talent, and promotes wellness and sustainability.
Author: Emily Allen, LEED AP ID+C
Plant cards with information about native and drought-tolerant plants appropriate for southwestern landscapes. Plant cards include images, facts, and growing tips.
Author: D/P/S Landscape Architects & Designers
How is education delivered? Because no two schools are the same, the design must be driven by the curriculum to meet each school's needs and goals. This presentation was delivered at the Education ReSource Forum in Phoenix, Arizona.