The trickiest spaces to design are comfort zones.
How inspiring is a space that merely functions? More importantly, how do you design the belly of a building to nourish the minds, bodies and spirits of its users? Our interior designers specialize in creating spaces that help recruit and retain, elevate learning, facilitate healing, enhance the consumer experience, and improve quality of life.
A launchpad for student success
In Progress: CNM Katharine Winograd Student Services Building
Offering more than 6,000 courses across 80 programs to 27,000+ students, Central New Mexico Community College (CNM) continues to be…
A center for space + directed energy systems innovation
In Progress: MaxQ Mixed-Use Development
A Mixed-Use Development Serving Kirtland Air Force Base Kirtland Air Force Base (KAFB) is home to some of the highest…
Streamlined, secure storage
Project: State of New Mexico Department of Public Safety Headquarters Annex
A new annex to the Department of Public Safety in Santa Fe, NM maintains public trust, bolsters recruitment and retention…
A medical examiner's office for many years to come
In Progress: Lubbock County Medical Examiners’ Office
Beginning in 2022, we teamed with Crime Lab Design to design a new Medical Examiners’ Office (MEO) for Lubbock County.…
A fire station designed with wellness in mind
Project: City of Las Cruces Fire Station 3
The new City of Las Cruces Fire Station 3 replaces the existing station on an adjacent lot on North Valley…
Creating modern learning environments for student success
Project: El Paso ISD Irvin High School
In collaboration with El Paso Independent School District, we designed a renovation and replacement of Irvin High School. The innovative…
Building stronger community and educational opportunities
Project: Lukachukai Community School
On this 44-acre site in Lukachukai, AZ, the new education and housing facilities serves Native American students and faculty with…
Forensic lab design for people and purpose
Project: State of New Mexico Forensic Laboratory
A new forensic lab for the New Mexico Department of Public Safety comes to Santa Fe. The 45,000sf laboratory increases…
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