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Bruce Pascal’s Hot Wheels Haven

Wingate Hughes Architects’ Hot Wheels office design for Vornado‘s SVP of Leasing Bruce Pascal is a home office like no other. For starters, the office houses the rarest Hot Wheels collection in the world, including the Holy Grail of Hot Wheels — a pink Volkswagen 1969 Rear Load Beach Bomb prototype. Only two of these exist in […]

Beekeeper Group’s Hive

Beekeeper Group, located in the bustling Metro Center area of Washington, D.C., is a communications, advocacy, and stakeholder strategy firm that uses a hive-centric model to help organizations recruit and engage audiences. Wingate Hughes Architects embraces Beekeeper Group’s brand in the 5,309 SF office design and uses shapes, materials and finishes to evoke their hive mentality. Beekeeper Group’s cool office […]

D.C.’s First Infinity Office Brings the Outside In

DC’s First Infinity Office from Wingate Hughes Architects on Vimeo. Photo courtesy of Hoachlander Davis Photography When Wingate Hughes Architects was first commissioned by LaSalle Investment Management to re-design the third floor at 1620 L Street, NW, its perimeter rock-filled roof was an unlikely asset. We were tasked to make the entire floor a differentiator for the Washington, […]

Take a Tour of iStrategyLabs’ Wildly Creative Office

iStrategyLabs’ (ISL) unique 17,000 square-foot office in the spacious and historic Wonder Bread Factory in D.C.’s Shaw-Howard tech corridor is home to D.C.’s brightest new design. ISL’s founder Peter Corbett came to Wingate Hughes to create his renaissance startup’s “cooler, older brother from Tribeca” space. In addition to style, our design speaks to how ISL dreams, […]