Community Impact

We design purpose-driven buildings that bring people together in many ways and on many scales to inspire and foster human engagement - within single structures or entire neighborhoods, or between nations.

Fostering Community

Wheaton College

Mars Center for Science and Technology

Connectivity of people and ideas was a guiding principle throughout the design process of the Mars Center. The facility provides a variety of inviting spaces that students and faculty can call their own, sparking serendipitous interactions that bring arts and sciences closer together to inspire intellectual inquiry.

Community Impact Modernization

Landmark Workplace

GSA committed not only to preserving Birch Bayh but also to making the historic landmark a highly desirable, sustainable workplace – one that was also safe, comfortable, and secure – that helps the city keep and attract jobs.

Workplace Strategy Historic Preservation

New Model for Healing

The new Stamford Hospital is the boldest healthcare initiative in Fairfield County's history. Stamford's new building is more than a state-of-the-art facility: it symbolizes their philosophy of patient- and family-centered care. Healing begins as soon as you arrive at the hospital. This is Healing Reimagined, as told by the Stamford leadership team.

Well-Being Community Impact Healthcare Design Research
Exterior view of building at dusk

Hamilton College

Taylor Science Center


Communities of faculty offices and student/faculty research spaces help maintain the intimacy of the College’s experience within this expansive facility.

Exterior detail

Memorial Hermann

Katy Hospital

Acute Care

Prototype designs help a non-profit client cost-effectively serve more communities.

Naval Academy Chapel

US Navy

Brigade of Midshipmen Chapel


The restored facility is the heart of a National Historic Landmark District.

Gibbons House exterior at dusk

University of Virginia

Gibbons House

Student Life

The newest residence hall on campus is designed especially for freshmen.

Science is a Human Endeavor

University of Scranton

Loyola Science Center

The most powerful scientific tool is the human mind, especially when it collaborates with others. This interdisciplinary facility is designed around non-lab learning spaces that are comfortable, inviting, and promote interaction, compelling faculty to redefine how they think of and use learning spaces, and reconceive how they educate students.

Advancing Mission Energy Decisions