When professional services firm EKS&H relocated their Denver office after more than 20 years in their previous location, it was essential that the interior design of their new 155,000-square-foot space update their look to reflect their active and collaborative culture.
At RNL, we believe we have a responsibility to create spaces and places that are mindful of their impact not just on the environment, but also on the people who use them. We want people to thrive. That philosophy is at the core of our design for Lakehouse, a new for-sale multifamily residential project that broke ground in Denver last week. Here is how we're doing it...
It seems like every day there’s a new story about Denver’s growing popularity and the effect it’s having on the housing market. Higher rents mean that in many cases, the people who work in the restaurants, boutiques and grocery stores in the city can’t afford to live where they work.
At least, they couldn’t until now.
At first blush, the IIDA Pret-A-Porter fashion design challenge might not seem like the most natural place to explore concepts related to Design 2 Thrive, but our Interiors team took a thoughtful, socially conscious (as well as chic!) approach to this year’s challenge that drew from more than a few of our 12 principles.