West Monroe created a beautiful new headquarters in Chicago to address functional needs of each team.
Chicago's oldest courthouse was transformed into a progressive new space for Bartlit Beck.
Marist, a private catholic preparatory high school in Chicago, refreshed after over 60 years of educating in their space.
ESD aimed to create a space that doubled as a living lab to show clients their day to day processes.
Beam Suntory, the world’s third largest premium spirits company, has completed the relocation of its global headquarters from suburban Deerfield to downtown Chicago.
Power Reviews doubled their Chicago office space to accommodate a 200% growth in their workforce.
OSHA creates and implements standards for safety, Interior Investments created and installed furniture standards for OSHA.
When Golub & Co. and Alcion Ventures purchased 300 S. Wacker in 2017, they set out to make it a must-be destination by rebranding it into "The 300".
A relocating & decommissioning success story from the heart of downtown Chicago.
As a newly formed entity, Vyaire was on a mission to create a space where they could thrive.
Sinars Rollins is a civil claims law firm that was looking to create a lasting identity through a customized environment.
Intersport was looking to inspire collaboration and create a work/life balance within their own space while maintaining their branding and budget.
The excitement shouldn't stop at the door, which is why Toyota of Schaumburg decided it was time to have a quality space that enhanced the experience of buying a quality product.
Indian Trails Library underwent a complete overhaul, replacing everything except for the original steel frames and concrete.
Elan Lighting, a greater Milwaukee based manufacturer representative group of high end, design oriented lighting, was faced with a dilemma at the outset of 2016.
Zywave, a Wauwatosa, Wisconsin based technology company, was outgrowing their old space and needed a way to engage and retain young talent.
McDermott Will & Emery's new offices in the glistening River Point complex, where the Chicago River curves under Lake Street, feels more like a luxury resort or the set of a glamorous spy movie than the Midwestern headquarters for a global law firm.
Scotsman, the world's largest manufacturer of commercial ice machines, was looking to relocate their North American headquarters to Vernon Hills, Illinois.