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Office/Mixed Use

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Office/Mixed Use

Palm Canyon Mixed-Use

Palm Springs, California

This project is one component of a master plan for a million square foot mixed-use development on six city blocks in downtown Palm Springs, California. ACRM Architects is the Architect of Record for all of the redevelopment. The second phase of the project includes two mixed-use buildings.  Building A is a 54,150 square foot, 3-story office and retail building south of the existing Palm Springs Hyatt Hotel.  Building B  is a 32,000 square foot 2-story office and retail building. The two buildings will have a total of 34,000 square feet of ground floor retail fronting on Palm Springs’ main shopping street and 52,070 square feet of office space on the office floors above the retail. The offices at Building A will have floor to ceiling windows on all floors, while Building B will feature an articulated roof with dramatic cantilevers for sun control.  Both buildings will have panoramic views of the San Jacinto Mountains to the west and the Santa Rosa Mountains to the southeast. This project is a development of Grit Development. 

Office/Mixed Use

Awbrey Cook Rogers McGill
Architects Office

San Diego, California

This 10,000 square foot office for Awbrey Cook Rogers McGill Architects is located in the East Village district of downtown San Diego. The project, which was a warehouse built in 1940, includes a full interior and exterior renovation along with a second floor addition. Spanned by Douglas fir bow string trusses, the open floor plan encourages interaction between the various design studios. Translucent partitions and balustrades as well as honed concrete floors give this office a minimalist industrial style that communicates well to the surrounding urban community.

Office/Mixed Use

J Street Hospitality Headquarters

San Diego, California

This 2,200 office space was designed for a local hotel developing company. It is located on the second level of a two story historic building in the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego. The layout incorporates many of the building’s existing characters and utilizes glass partitions to maximize natural light. The office includes four private offices, large executive office, a conference room that can be opened into the executive office, open work area, and a comfortable break area.

Office/Mixed Use

Havas Edge

Carlsbad, California

This two-story 25,000 office space was designed for one of the world’s leading multinational advertising and public relation companies with offices in over 100 countries. The Southern California regional office in Carlsbad accommodates the current 120 employees with potential growth of up to 150 people. The layout maximizes the use of natural light from this fully glazed building by aligning pathways on axes to views of the surrounding landscape and the mountains beyond. The office contains eight different departments, two large conference rooms, several break-out areas to encourage employee’s collaboration, and a break area oriented towards the most spectacular views from the building.

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