How Design Advisory Groups Require More than One Color
A common question I often hear from participants in design advisory groups is, “Why do architects wear black?” There are many theories on why architects dress like cat burglars. In reality, an architect’s role is not black and white; it spans the spectrum of the rainbow, where we commonly act as the unifier, facilitator and moderator of a larger collective to bring consensus to many.
Building DialogueApril 26, 2020
Law is Constant, but Lawyers are Not: Designing Office Space for the Next Generation
Law firm values are having to change exponentially in response to escalating real estate costs and evolving ideals of younger generations. Hierarchy and status may always be part of the law firm culture, but ... hierarchy and status are now achieved through cultural differentiation, superb technology and prime real estate.
Building DialogueJanuary 6, 2020
Petrie Partners: EUA Designs Workplace, Regional HQ
Petrie Partners, a boutique wealth management firm for the oil, gas and energy sectors, enlisted EUA’s expertise to design its new regional headquarters in downtown Denver’s newest high-rise.
Building DialogueOctober 7, 2019
Workiva: EUA’s design is employee centric
Workiva, a leading cloud provider of data, reporting and compliance solutions, wanted to consolidate two separate locations and reinvigorate and renovate its Denver office to help retain and recruit the best and brightest employees. EUA designed the space.
Kris Oppermann SternSeptember 23, 2019
Workspace conference coming
Given the strength of Denver’s economy, the office workspace has never been more important. “I think the workplace experience is the only differentiator if the playing field is level in terms of salary and benefits,” Gillian Hallock Johnson told Rebchook Real Estate Corner. Johnson, a principal at Eppstein Uhen Architects, will be one of the…
John RebchookMay 1, 2019