Wellness. More than a trend.
Over the past few months we’ve been using our blog as a platform to share the core tenets of the Wingate Hughes design philosophy. We’ve shared with you why we value designing for diversity, designing for the future, and now this month we’re diving into “designing for wellbeing.” Wellness. It’s a trendy word that gets […]
The Class of 2019 is young, competitive, more diverse than any generation prior and just like the Millennials who came before them — the next generation joining the workforce, Generation Z (born roughly between 1995 and 2010) will revolutionize the way every office operates. As an architecture firm that champions the idea of “designing for the […]
What Does the Office Space of an Out-of-the-box Architecture and Design Firm Look Like?
What does the office space of an out-of-the-box architecture and design firm look like? JLL features Wingate Hughes in their Workplace Ambitions campaign. Wingate Hughes focuses on designing killer spaces for amazing clients, and our success since founding in 2010 turned into double-digit growth and outgrowing our 3,000 square-foot office on Vermont Avenue NW. “Given their business, […]
Wingate Hughes Architects Announces Three New Staff Members
Wingate Hughes Architects is excited to announce three new members to our dynamic team: Jeremy Burge, Associate Principal; Lida Lewis, Director; Alanna Gladney, Staff Designer.
Look into the New Stardog Office and Uncover Their Philosophical Side
Look into the new Stardog office design in Arlington, VA, and you’ll uncover the philosophical side behind the enterprise knowledge graph company. Stardog uniquely combines a graph database and a powerful AI-based knowledge toolkit to solve the hardest data unification problems at the largest enterprises in the world. It’s only natural their office space would be […]
We’re One of DC’s Coolest Companies!
Wingate Hughes lands a top spot on DC’s 2018 Coolest Companies list and earns the most votes for Readers Choice! The DC Inno competition announces the Coolest Companies annually at DC Fest — this year at WeWork Manhattan Laundry — after a thorough application, nominee selection, and voting process. Wingate Hughes boasts tons of cool […]
What Architects Do You Need to Know in Washington, DC?
The Washington Business Journal named Wingate Hughes co-founding principal Gavin Hughes Daniels as one of the “3 local architects you need to know” in Washington, DC. “The Future of Commercial Real Estate” special section highlights Daniels for his stature in commercial architecture and design, his foresight and skill within the growing tech and startup market, […]
The Ultimate Hotel-Inspired Lobby at DC’s One Thomas Circle
One Thomas Circle’s hotel-inspired re-design raises the lobby to the prestige of its prime location as the gateway between Shaw and Downtown DC. The lobby’s hot spot, lounge vibe encourages occupants to use it as the launching pad before a night out and to hang out between meetings and social engagements. The design provides flexible […]
Inside Cobalt’s New Arlington, VA Office
Cobalt’s new Arlington, VA office sparks more than good vibes when you walk into the naturally-inspired and industrially raw space. The office reflects the company’s high-tech methods of finding hidden value in data with a layered, nested design. Discovery abounds in Cobalt’s new office. Take a look inside … Wood wraps throughout Cobalt’s space and subtly […]
CWPS Office Attracts Millennial Workforce with Airstream Trailer
CWPS’ Northern Virginia office attracts the area’s millennial workforce to the ‘burbs with design details like a 31-foot 1978 Airstream trailer and a general store-inspired dining area. The Americana-with-an-edge office hits a comfortable balance for both the younger and more established workforce alike with generation bridging road trip metaphors and ample, adaptable flex space. CWPS‘ […]