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As Pickard Chilton celebrates the re-opening of our architectural design studio, we recognize this moment as a notable inflection point for the holistic re-envisioning of the modern workplace. We pride ourselves on the physical and technical agility of our workspace and consider our studio a testbed - constantly adapting, moving and changing to suit new ways of collaboration and harnessing emerging technology.


Javiera Palacio shares her story of starting her career in architecture and joining the Pickard Chilton studio as an experienced member of the team. 

Jonathan Cook joined the Pickard Chilton studio in 2018 after completing his undergraduate degree in landscape architecture. Learn more about his perspective on joining the team. 

Inspired by Jon Pickard’s panel discussion AIAU Live Action Climate: 2030 Program, we are reflecting on our history, our practice and what lies ahead for sustainability at Pickard Chilton. 


Mona Mirzaie shares her story as the first remote hire to join the Pickard Chilton studio during the Coronavirus pandemic.

For millennia, humans have continually sought to present and define their visions for the future world.  One of its most striking and imaginative aspects is the portrayal of the built environment in its many varied forms. 

This proposal for the Office Building of the Future (OBF) offers the next step.  While the design is grounded in the pragmatic realities of the most accurate and latest building science data available, it is nearly limitless in its potential configurations and bound only by imagination.