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Global Tech Company, Campus Quad Project

For this tenant improvement project comprising three quad buildings on the larger campus of a global tech company, the Cushing Terrell design team worked with the client to prioritize a connection to nature and employee well-being. The result: 206,000 square feet of workspaces that are welcoming, flooded with natural light, and adorned with greenery and plant life.   

With the client’s need to update multiple buildings quickly, Cushing Terrell immediately went to work, kicking off the design process with research. In this case, user engagement studies that informed critical design decisions to help ensure the unique and specific needs of the occupants would be met. The design team also spent time observing user groups firsthand to better understand the ways in which the design could facilitate human motion and connection.   

At the culmination of the collaborative research sessions, user groups gravitated toward the concept of flow as the most representative theme for their roles and culture. Through additional study and open discussion, “flow” eventually began to manifest itself within the concept of water, particularly the power of water in its various states. Each state — liquid, solid, and mist — was associated with the three buildings.   

This inspiration source yielded subtle design elements ranging from significant architectural expression to graphics and furniture. Additionally, the idea of flow informed the design for movement throughout the space. Architectural features, natural patterns, thoughtful color palettes, bold environmental graphics, and meaningful artwork all help solidify these symbolic notions within each space.  

LOCATION
California

SERVICES
Architecture
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Interior Design
Landscape Architecture
Mechanical Engineering
Structural Engineering

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