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Clive Wilkinson Architects is excited to announce our design collaboration with Morphosis for Canadian athleisure apparel retailer lululemon's new Store Support Centre (SSC) in Vancouver. The 13-story building will replace the company's existing headquarters and consolidate three of its satellite offices. The four offices are currently home to around 2,000 employees, but lululemon expects that number to reach 4,000 by 2032.   The SSC, sculpted to respond to site constraints and maximize views of the surrounding landscape,...

We are proud to announce that Clive Wilkinson Architects was shortlisted at the WIN (World Interior News) Awards! Our Bellevue-based project for popular American video game developer Valve Headquarters was announced as a Finalist in the Corporate Offices category. Working together with a local Executive Architect, JPC Architects, the Design Team implemented a dynamic design solution that incorporates 135,500 square feet of flexible, open workspace and generous amenity space spanning nine contiguous floors for over...

Our Founder and Design Director Clive Wilkinson is going on a mini international tour to kick off the launch of his first-ever book, The Theatre of Work! In this new publication, Clive examines global developments in workplace thinking, historical precedents, performance touch-points for the modern office, and proposes seven humanistic principles that will help inform a holistic design process to help bring the concept of theatre to fruition. Books will be available for purchase at...

We are excited to finally announce the upcoming and long-awaited U.S. launch of our Design Director and fearless leader Clive Wilkinson’s first-ever book, The Theatre of Work. Released by Frame Publishers, the new publication is part theoretical investigation and part monograph and proposes a sociological evolution of the relationship between office users and the workplace. The book features 14 of our practice’s most significant projects — for clients like Disney, Google, Macquarie Group, and Microsoft...

We are pleased to announce that Clive Wilkinson Architects was shortlisted at the SBID (Society of British and International Design) International Design Awards! Our Bellevue-based project Valve Headquarters was was announced as a Finalist in the Office Design category. Working together with a local Executive Architect, JPC Architects, the Design Team implemented a dynamic design solution that incorporates 135,500 square feet of flexible, open workspace and generous amenity space spanning nine contiguous floors for 500+...

Clive Wilkinson Architects made Interior Design magazine’s ‘Top 100 Rising Giants’ list for the second year in a row, coming in at #49. The annual business survey looks at industry changes and how the world’s largest design firms have performed over the past year. As Interior Design's Editor in Chief Cindy Allen says, “The Giants list is the who’s who in the interior design industry”, and we’re glad to have made the cut… again! Click here...

Happy Friday! The Clive Wilkinson team started off the day by touring one of our residential projects currently under construction in West Los Angeles. Since our last site visit in April, the exterior metal standing-seam panels and charred wood siding have gone up, the interior drywall completed, and the concrete floor tiles and wood flooring installed. Many thanks to our Associate and Project Manager, Ben Kalenik, for leading the tour! ...

Happy Monday! We are very happy to share that the Clive Wilkinson Design Team for Google Caribbean – our collaboration with BIG (Bjarke Ingels Group), OLIN and Devcon Construction – submitted their 100% Construction Documents set last week! The new 1-million-square-foot campus  in Sunnyvale is comprised of two terracing structures and set to be completed in 2021. Congrats and a BIG thank you to the entire team for all of their hard work and late...

The KCRW Media Center was featured on Hunker this week! Our favorite public radio station has undergone quite the transformation this year – from operating out of a basement to moving into their brand-new, 34,000-square-foot, three-story headquarters. KCRW's Design and Architecture host Frances Anderton finds the new, open workspace “animated and theatrical, appropriate to a place that is about performance”. Check out the full feature here. Photo: Stephen Paul for Hunker...

The KCRW Media Center, part of the new Santa Monica College Center for Media and Design campus, was featured on Dezeen today! Few institutions are truly committed to breaking down the schism between higher education and the workplace. However, Santa Monica College and KCRW, a beloved public radio station licensed to the school, came to us with precisely this design challenge. The new 34,000-square-foot Media Center is characterized by a path similar to that of...

Our President and Design Director, Clive Wilkinson, will be speaking at WORKTECH19 Los Angeles in conjunction with Principal and Co-Founder of Studio O+A, Primo Orpilla. WORKTECH is a leading international workplace conference series organized by Unwired, a research and events company, looking at the impact that emerging technologies will have on work and the workplace, the retail sector, and the property sector. Description of the session they will be leading together, ‘Open for Business’: “Open plan has...

The KCRW Media Center, part of the new Santa Monica College Center for Media and Design campus, was recently featured on Variety! The new 34,000-square-foot Media Center marks the first time KCRW will have a standalone building in its 35-year history. The radio station licensed to the school previously occupied 12,800 square feet across five separate locations, much of which was subterranean. Today, an outdoor stage, indoor viewing gallery and a large 1,400-square-foot Performance Studio allow...

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