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  • Minnesota Senate Building

    Sited directly northwest of Cass Gilbert’s historic 1905 State Capitol Building, the new Minnesota Senate Building has been designed to respond to Majority Leader Senator Bakks’ vision for “a landmark in its own right, architecturally distinctive and worthy of the twenty-first century.” Its design purposefully facilitates greater interaction and communication with the citizens of Minnesota.

    Arcing along the radius of the Capitol’s dome, the building’s massing gently curves to maximize views back to the Capitol. At nearly five-stories with approximately two levels of below-grade parking across its sloped site, the building is considered an extension of the Capitol with offices and support space for state senators and their staff, three large public hearing rooms, and several departments supporting the legislative process. Glass facades along its southern exposure allow for the optimal use of daylight throughout the building to create an enriching, productive workplace.

  • Devon Auditorium

    Devon Energy commissioned the design of the Auditorium as a part of its new world headquarters, gracing the neighborhood between Oklahoma City’s business and arts districts with an important civic amenity.

  • CalPERS Headquarters Complex

    The new California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) Headquarters Complex is a mixed-use development integrating 550,000 square feet of commercial office space, 25,000 square feet of retail space, 180,000 square feet of housing and below-grade parking for 1,000 cars.

  • The Pinnacle at Symphony Place

    The Pinnacle at Symphony Place anchors Nashville’s Broadway District with a new landmark, designed to contribute excitement to Nashville’s nightlife through two floors of shopping and restaurants at ground level and an illuminated crown.

  • US EPA HQ

    This headquarters for the United States Environmental Protection Agency called for a design that showcased cutting-edge sustainability practices, while honoring the urban guidelines that govern the district.

  • California Resource Agency Headquarters

    Sited on the Sacramento River, the new California Resources Agency will offer commanding views of the river valley and downtown Sacramento.

  • Orville L. Freeman Building

    The warm radiance of the Freeman Building for the Minnesota Departments of Agriculture and Health reflects both the timeless beauty of Minnesota’s agricultural landscape and the surrounding architecture of the Capitol District.