1932,1933
FORM Architects
Architectural Design Firm

As an expression of the building, FORM Architect’s space was designed with the minimum amount of new materials involved. Polished concrete floors, open ceilings and unfinished columns accentuate the raw aesthetic, while elements of reclaimed wood offer a nod to craftsmanship and are a contrast to the array of clean, modern surfaces. 

The layout of the space is a true reflection of FORM’s culture. Spaces are defined by circulation pathways that promote navigational ease and the in-between spaces created by spatial elements, not four walls and a door. True to the beliefs of their firm, the space embraces the idea that work is what you do, not where you do it.

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Award Winning
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Pre-Construction Services