My experience with commercial and corporate interiors includes everything from standard tenant improvement office projects to custom-designed suites for attorneys, bankers, accountants, computer/software companies, telecommunications firms, and radio broadcasting. The scale of these projects ranges from just under 1,000 square feet to multiple contiguous floor office high-rise and corporate campuses of hundreds of thousands of square feet each. These projects are very interesting in that they must function flawlessly to accommodate business needs efficiently and comfortably while also allowing for growth and flexibility. Projecting a signature "branding" image to clients, prospective employees, the public, and, most often, shareholders is of great importance to communicate a company's culture and business philosophy. My work associated with these projects was while employed by other design firms as project architect, project designer, project manager, site manager, and studio director.
The building owner decided to invest in upgrading the public spaces of this building in Irving, TX to help increase leasing. Custom cut limestone, stairs, column enclosures, and ceiling are included in this project.
This Bank of America project in San Antonio TX was built in a repurposed large grocery store that provided high ceilings.
A leader in industrial real estate development, this company wanted a modern interior remodel to replace their existing traditional space.