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We are delighted to announce that our ‘Superdesk’ project for the Barbarian Group in New York City has received Honor Awards from both American Institute of Architects National Awards and most recently, from the AIA California Council. In addition, our other recent New York project for GLG’s Headquarters on 42nd Street has been shortlisted for the 2015 World Interior News awards. Winners to be announced in London in December. ...

CWa are pleased to be designing the new workplace for GLG’s rapidly growing Austin, Texas office. Located in the heart of downtown Austin, the space will accommodate 400 employees across two floors connected by a large atrium and collaborative platform. Following in the success of the GLG Global Headquarters in New York, we will be implementing Activity Based Working (ABW) to support the varied workstyles of their community. The project will be completed in July...

Creative agency Spirit of Space has created a wonderful video about the implementation of Activity Based Working in our GLG Global Headquarters project.   Watch the video featuring Clive, GLG CEO Alexander Saint-Amand, and the space in action:   From Spirit of Space on Vimeo....

We are excited to announce that Clive will be speaking at the super cool 99U Conference in New York this week, April 30-May 1.   “Genius is 1% inspiration, and 99% perspiration.” —Thomas Edison   Follow link to read more http://conference.99u.com   ...

We are very excited to be hosting the amazing Susan S. Szenasy, Editor in Chief and Publisher of Metropolis magazine, for the AIA Los Angeles City Leaders Breakfast Series on April 22.  Click here to book your tickets! Copies of her new book will be available along with a book signing.   ...

We are thrilled to see our new building projects for the Santa Monica College Media Campus rise out of the ground. We began working with the college and KCRW almost seven years ago and are very excited to see this excellent campus coming to fruition! The Santa Monica College Media Technology Campus project is an expansion of SMC’s existing Academy of Entertainment Technology. It includes new classrooms, production facilities, editing suites, screening room, student lounges, and...

  We are thrilled to announce that our project, The Barbarian Group, has been named a finalist in the Architizer A+ Awards' Architecture+Workspace category! The category is defined by projects that "take on the concept of 'new workspace.'"   The Architizer A+ Awards are unique in that they honor both the jury-selected project and the project that wins the most votes from architects and enthusiasts around the world. We have previously won the Popular Choice award for our project,...

Left to right: Vernon Saxe AIA, Sasha Shumyatsky, Chester Nielsen, Meghan Kelly   CWa is very proud to announce the promotion of the following staff members who have performed exceptional service to our Clients, and to the development of our internal capabilities over the past couple of years:   Chester Nielsen has been elevated to the position of Associate Principal, Sasha Shumyatsky has been elevated to Senior Associate, and Meghan Kelly and Vernon Saxe are each elevated to the...

   Adding to several other recent design awards, The Barbarian Group project was honored in the 2015 national American Institute of Architects Awards, which will be presented at a cerermony at the AIA Convention in Atlanta in May.   Jury Comments "The resulting space is both informal and spatially complex, elegantly combining plywood detailing with high-tech computer milling to create the desk’s sinuous, undulating form."   "This is an ingenious transformation of a generic office component: the table."   "It’s more than a...

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