March and White Design
This firm approaches each project with fresh eyes and unique research working to keep consistency, excellence and higher ideals.
1) Sixty London Wall
Sixty London Wall is one of the UK’s best examples of a visionary approach to workspace that prioritizes well-being, environment and the whole person. The interior aesthetic blends elements of residential, hospitality and workspace, a feel that was previously missing in the City.
2) 1700 Broadway
Denver’s first modern tower, 1700 Broadway, was also one of Pritzker Prize-winning architect I.M. Pei’s first high-rise commissions. Thus not only does the mid-century gem benefit from a notable lineage, but its location at the heart of a thriving city experiencing a tech boom made it a prime candidate to become an innovative urban campus.
3) 222 Jacobs Street
MAWD’s first Boston project is a prime example of next-gen life sciences space, tailored to cutting-edge companies and their tech-native, globally conscious employees. The fresh, modern aesthetic is designed to also appeal to potential collaborative partners and top young talent.
4) 1700 Broadway Amenities
Thoughtfully designed for the active Colorado lifestyle, the amenity center at 1700 Broadway helps keeps ambitious team members at peak performance.
5) Kings Cross TOG
6) Broadgate Quarter
March and White Design rearranged and redesigned this existing lobby in a City workspace building for client Blackstone.
7) New Oxford Street
The tenant profile near Oxford Street has been evolving, becoming less corporate and more creative as the nearby neighborhood of Fitzrovia exerts its influence. MAWD created an industrial, gallery style interior to highlight client Tishman Speyer’s impressive art collection.
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