Projects

Inside Facebook’s New Campus

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Randy Howder spoke at the WorkTech12 West Coast conference about designing the social network–â„¢s nine-building, one million-square-foot headquarters that debuted last December.

Who Moved My Scope?

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A panel at NEOCON East discussed the current concerns regarding the state of affairs in the design community. I have owned and operated my own design practice for the past 10 years (out of 30). Nearly half of that time, I–â„¢ve faced economic challenges.

Behind the Curtain: Sonic Automotive

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Coming from a fairly closed environment, Sonic executives saw the new headquarters as an opportunity to illustrate the company’s corporate culture and bring to life its mantra, “carpe diem.”

Behind the Curtain: IBM Dulles Station West

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It’s within this 21st century technological framework that IBM, currently the second largest employer in the United States according to Fortune magazine, has recognized the need to establish a more mobile workplace designed to allow and support flexibility in employee work patterns and schedules.

iProspect’s New Office Mixes Old Cowtown with the New Fort Worth

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The space — a 25,000 s.f., former metal fabrication warehouse built in the 1950s — had plenty of existing character. Concrete columns with graffiti and a few masonry partitions were incorporated into the design. It also includes wood, metal, railroad ties, and historic glazing that incorporates the feel of its previous location in the Stockyards.