Our hospitality-forward approach to designing the amenity spaces at Signal House — an office building near D.C.’s Union Market — was recognized this week in FRAME magazine. As office buildings nationwide continue to adapt to the post-pandemic landscape, the article notes that “the amenity-forward workplace demonstrates how ‘extras’ are actually essential to fostering employee productivity and designing work settings that prioritize individual wellbeing,” highlighting that “creating a workspace where people actually want to be ensures that the space is used.”
Learn more about the standout features of the building, and FRAME’s take, here.
Our interior architecture team, Edit at Streetsense, creates social spaces designed for cultivating a sense of belonging. The team applies principles learned from work on small-scale neighborhood-based bars and restaurants to all project types, creating comfortable environments driven by a passion for fiercely local voices and the belief that every project deserves a distinct personality.
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