KPRC’s Next Generation Broadcast Facility is a building designed to work seamlessly in tangent with the ever-changing media market. Flexibility was one of the architectural principles guiding the design of the project; creating spaces that promote adaptability and growth would enable KPRC to maximize their space to the fullest as their needs continue to evolve over time. The new broadcast facility, extroverted in its design, creates a welcoming culture by filling all workspaces with natural light, something their existing building was lacking. KPRC’s collaboration style also did not fit within their existing facility. Several departments were completely isolated from one another with little room for communication. Corgan took this as an opportunity to find ways to cross-pollinate teams by using the architecture to create natural and inviting meeting points. The central collaboration space was designed as a destination in itself with a sweeping monumental stair that offers vantage points to all main areas of the building. The landing of the monumental stair offers interactive views into the newsroom via a large glass window, linking people to the heartbeat of the building as they make their way upstairs. The team designed only one breakroom for the building, which was strategically located right off the central collaboration space on the first floor. This naturally creates a central buzz of activity and a place for employees to connect.
Whether it is sophisticated, precise, professional, cool, or cutting edge; our interior designs capture the cultural expressions of our clients' businesses.
Our experience spans all project types and sizes for national and international organizations. We understand the challenges facing corporations today: attracting and retaining the best talent, addressing generational differences, and promoting environmental consciousness. We value agility in problem-solving. We listen to understand, evaluate, and challenge research, and are attuned to all that’s going on in the world.
Using our integrated project services model, our interiors studio has built a responsive team comprised of designers, researchers and experts in trends, communication, and strategy. Together, beautiful and hardworking solutions are realized.
Branded environments leverage physical space to communicate an organization’s unique message. We seek to connect users with meaningful experiences giving greater purpose in an increasingly visual world. Our creative team finds ways to communicate visually who you are, what you do, and what is important to you.
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Change management is all about managing the expectations, fear, and potential negativity around change in the workplace. It seeks to help employees understand and embrace new ways of working with minimal resistance and maximum efficiency.
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Furniture strategy is a plan of action designed to maximize the potential of your business with the physical tool that your team members interact with most: furniture. We guide our clients and work with each vendor to determine their best solution – rather than developing the solution first and asking each vendor to replicate it.
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Your office isn’t just space to house your employees, it’s a tool. The design of this tool is pivotal to the productivity, engagement and retention of your employees. Real estate is a large financial investment and we want every square foot to maximize the potential of your employees.
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We know that your employees are your greatest asset. By placing people and their wellness at the heart of design, construction, operations, and development decisions, we can add meaningful value, generate savings in personnel costs, and enhance the human experience, health and well-being.
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