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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.

Rare Hot Wheels Collection & Unique Home Office on NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt celebrates Hot Wheels’ 50th anniversary with a visit to Bruce Pascal’s rare Hot Wheels collection and his unique home office. The Hot Wheels-inspired office, designed by DC-based Wingate Hughes Architects, features a 24-foot orange race track ceiling, custom collectors casings, and an original Paco Lane pop-art mural. “Wingate Hughes was able […]

Wingate Hughes Wins MarCom International Creative Award

Wingate Hughes’ Simple Ingredients Make Design Taste Good campaigns wins a 2017 Gold MarCom international creative award for integrated marketing in  the strategic communications/marketing category. The firm snags the award among 6,500 entries throughout the United Sates, Canada, and 17 other countries.

Why This DC Architecture Firm is on Fire

Wingate Hughes Architects’ co-founding principal Gavin Hughes Daniels wins a DC Inno 50 on Fire design award for the third consecutive year, further establishing the DC architecture firm as the go-to choice for office design in the entrepreneurial, high-growth tech sector. DC Inno receives thousands of 50 on Fire nominees every year before selecting the final 50 on Fire list.

This Office Design Features Residential and Rustic Restaurant Vibes

Orr Associates’ office design utilizes warm, rustic, and restaurant-inspired elements to enhance their open floor plan. The DC consulting firm, located in MRP’s Harbour Town at the Georgetown waterfront, services the nonprofit industry and operates in a flexible, mobile format. Desks are not assigned.

How These DC Architects Make You Hungry Through Marketing

With restraint, simplicity and focus in mind, DC Architects Wingate Hughes set a summer goal to thank their friends in DC commercial real estate simply and memorably with a unique gift — a raw, gourmet 16 ounce ribeye, two Miller High Life beers, and a recipe on how to make the perfect, uncomplicated meal. Our firm’s innovative technique follows a Simple Ingredients philosophy, and we breakthrough boundaries — even with marketing.

DCInno 50 on Fire Nominee!

Wingate Hughes’ locks a 2017 DCInno 50 on Fire nomination for the third consecutive year, and we’re stoked. The nomination names Wingate Hughes as one of the hottest companies in Washington, DC’s innovation economy. Shout out to Gavin Hughes Daniels, Wingate Hughes’ co-founding principal, for his 2016 50 on Fire win and to the whole Wingate Hughes team for our 2015 50 on Fire award.

Workplace Diversity: Design Impacts Office Inclusion

i+D magazine’s recent feature “Diversity By Design” breaks down how evolving office, design, and global perspectives positively impact workplace diversity. The article features Washington, DC’s Inclusive Innovation Incubator (In3) — the first incubator in the country focused intentionally on diversity and inclusion — and its architecture firm Wingate Hughes Architects.

Commuting to Work in DC Could Feel Like This

We know commuting to work in DC sucks no matter how you get there. Despite the traffic, walking into work should always be the best part of your day. See what it could feel like.