The world as we know it has momentarily been turned upside down. Our old ways of being have been thrown out the window and our expectations for work-life with them. Maybe these days you check your morning inbox in sweatpants and with an extra cup of coffee or maybe you’re just trying to keep your […]
Designing for Optimism.
At Wingate Hughes, we’re optimists by nature. After all, the design process is an optimistic one – we envision potential and create beautiful spaces around it, bringing the future to life. So how do we pull that positivity through for our clients? When designing March of Dimes’ new headquarters, we wanted to create a feel-good […]
Designing for Growth
Education tech startup Everfi grew tremendously in a span of twelve months, with 350 employees in January 2017 and nearly 500 by December. For most companies, this would pose a serious problem. But they anticipated their wild growth trajectory and sought Wingate Hughes to design a new downtown headquarters that could adapt to their ever-expanding […]
Design For Your Bottom Line
Can an office designed to improve employee health, really impact your bottom line? Sure, it’s a nice idea we like to talk about here at Wingate Hughes, but does it really work? We understand if you’re skeptical, which is why today we’re sharing the research behind wellness in the workplace. We’ll start with what you […]
Wellness. More than a trend.
Over the past few months we’ve been using our blog as a platform to share the core tenets of the Wingate Hughes design philosophy. We’ve shared with you why we value designing for diversity, designing for the future, and now this month we’re diving into “designing for wellbeing.” Wellness. It’s a trendy word that gets […]
The Class of 2019 is young, competitive, more diverse than any generation prior and just like the Millennials who came before them — the next generation joining the workforce, Generation Z (born roughly between 1995 and 2010) will revolutionize the way every office operates. As an architecture firm that champions the idea of “designing for the […]
What Does the Office Space of an Out-of-the-box Architecture and Design Firm Look Like?
What does the office space of an out-of-the-box architecture and design firm look like? JLL features Wingate Hughes in their Workplace Ambitions campaign. Wingate Hughes focuses on designing killer spaces for amazing clients, and our success since founding in 2010 turned into double-digit growth and outgrowing our 3,000 square-foot office on Vermont Avenue NW. “Given their business, […]
Find Out What Virtru Co-founder John Ackerly Wants in His Office Design
Virtru Co-founder and CEO John Ackerly sat down with Wingate Hughes to talk about his journey from a small apartment office to the newly designed Downtown DC Virtru headquarters. Virtru addresses the pressing needs of digital trust and has exploded in popularity over the past five years. They put privacy first and make digital environments secure […]
Look into the New Stardog Office and Uncover Their Philosophical Side
Look into the new Stardog office design in Arlington, VA, and you’ll uncover the philosophical side behind the enterprise knowledge graph company. Stardog uniquely combines a graph database and a powerful AI-based knowledge toolkit to solve the hardest data unification problems at the largest enterprises in the world. It’s only natural their office space would be […]
Have You Seen the Latest Rooftop Amenity Space and Spec Suites in Arlington, VA?
The 4040 N. Fairfax Drive building in Arlington, VA includes a rooftop amenity space and terrace, along with move-in ready, stylish spec suites on the seventh and tenth floors.