The office building is formulaic, maximizing column-free space and window exposure. The primary orientation of the body of the building responds to the office park and surrounding buildings. The final bay, however, shifts to take advantage of the mountain views. Terraces cascade out
to create the base.
The mullion system in the primary body of the building encapsulates both granite and glass panels, in a counter-point, developing a rhythm from the primary and secondondary mullions. The outer skin is created with four-sided butt-glazed glass; the skin is pure. A three story parking structure provides parking for all cars, minimizing impact to the site.
Architects of Record: Davis and Carter PC
New Office Building
Size: 90,000 square feet
Anice Hoachlander, Hoachlander Davis Photography