Government/Institutional Interiors


The New York Public Library’s Hamilton Grange Teen Center attracts users with a cool attitude and some high-tech toys.

The Naples Toledo Station is just one of 13 amazing transformations that have taken place in the subway system as the city aims to turn its stations into museums of art.

Redesigning a famed cultural institution is hard enough, but for Melbourne-based ARM Architecture, the task of modernizing the city’s iconic Hamer Hall Arts Centre came with two added challenges.

Leo A Daly renovates Washington, D.C.’s 999 Union Square building with the help of some high-tech tiles from Lea Ceramiche.

The Port of Portland’s consolidated headquarters brings employees together in a collaborative environment to chart a more effective course for the future.

The Port of Portland’s new headquarters and long-term parking garage demonstrate the organization’s commitment to sustainable practices, while also consolidating approximately 470 Port workers into a modern, collaborative workplace.

In November of 2009, Salt Lake City residents and officials overwhelmingly decided that the time had come to construct a new Public Safety Building (PSB).

The new Chandler City Hall, designed by SmithGroupJJR, pays homage to the city’s agrarian roots while meeting the needs of a 21st century workforce.

Lord, Aeck & Sargent gives the Great Depression-era Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Building in Atlanta a new lease on life by preserving its historic elements while creating a new, modern workplace for the GSA.

Now, thanks to an inspired design by international A&D firm, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), NATO will soon have a modern, green building for its workers, and a powerful symbol of its continued relevance.
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