• Moving Back to Motown

    After leaving Detroit for the suburbs decades ago, advertising heavyweight Lowe Campbell Ewald is returning to its roots to tap into the rebounding city’s emerging potential More

  • “The cubicle will be totally obsolete.”

    At Dell, a new facilities plan acknowledging the work habits of the 21st century is not only reducing costs and increasing efficiencies but also attracting and retaining global talent in a competitive market sector More

  • Music Frozen in Time

    Growing up, architect Donald Lococo was on track to be a concert pianist, but a chance encounter with an inspiring historical structure changed everything. Here, he discusses the influence of the fine arts on his portfolio and highlights a few of his signature projects. More

  • Joining Hands of Every Shade

    Trespa International’s Trespa Meteon panels have provided Atlanta’s National Center for Civil and Human Rights with a functional and symbolic façade that complements the building’s purpose More

  • Building a Better Lunch

    ESPN’s in-house facilities team crowd-sourced suggestions from employees to expand and upgrade the cramped cafeteria at the media company’s Connecticut HQ More