All month long we’ll be sharing the stories behind our philosophy of Designing for Diversity, and none of our spaces is a better example of this than DC’s own Inclusive Innovation Incubator (In3). In3 will officially turn two years old this April, and it remains the country’s first incubator focused intentionally on diversity and inclusion. […]
Culture and Diversity Strengthen Architecture and the Workplace
Wingate Hughes embraces culture and diversity in our workplace because we believe people strengthen our firm and enhance our perspective on architecture. Our team ranges from US-rooted staff to employees from, or with family in, Laos, Guatemala, Mexico, Philippines, Puerto Rico, India, and Honduras. Every day, Wingate Hughes buzzes with different ideas, world views, architectural […]
Workplace Diversity: Design Impacts Office Inclusion
i+D magazine’s recent feature “Diversity By Design” breaks down how evolving office, design, and global perspectives positively impact workplace diversity. The article features Washington, DC’s Inclusive Innovation Incubator (In3) — the first incubator in the country focused intentionally on diversity and inclusion — and its architecture firm Wingate Hughes Architects.