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Conversions: a 1940’s manufacturing plant turned into offices

Eppstein Uhen Architects renovated a 1940’s Allis Chalmers manufacturing plant in West Allis, Wisconsin into a new office space for Johnson Controls. The repurposed building has 130,000 square feet of space that keeps its industrial qualities while becoming modernized for a contemporary office. The company has frequent fluctuations with regards to the number of employees […] Read more

Conversions: 19th century historic buildings into headquarter offices in Westport, USA

Greenfield Partners engaged STUDIOS to transform the former National Hall site in Westport into their new headquarters. The site consists of seven buildings, an adjacent parking structure, grade-level parking and hardscaped plazas and walkways along the Saugatuck River. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984, the site includes the former First National […] Read more

Conversions: old warehouse into offices by Haworth Tompkins

Haworth Tompkins – Stirling Prize-winner for its redesign of the Liverpool Everyman theatre – was approached by the Donmar Warehouse to create a new facility for rehearsals, education and admin. The not-for-profit contemporary theatre company had acquired a former warehouse on Dryden Street, close to its original theatre in Covent Garden. Piecemeal development over the years […] Read more

Conversions: shoe-polish factory into offices in London

Architecture 00 has transformed a former shoe-polish factory in London into offices, adding a zigzagging extension on the roof that mimics the gabled profile of the existing building. Charitable organisation the Ethical Property Company asked London studio Architecture 00 to develop a facility that could house various charities on a disused industrial site in Vauxhall. The building also provides amenities including […] Read more

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