One Strategy: Two Locations
After 40 years at Cambridge and 25 years at Rockville, it was time for a dynamic workplace strategy and design that would implement new work modes to further the company’s business objectives, build culture, and optimize future real estate needs.
IA’s Global Practice: What It Takes
Kim Parsley, Seattle Managing Principal, sits down with dIAmeter to discuss the ins and outs of conducting IA’s robust global practice.
“On all sides, the team must be willing to work outside the normal eight-to-five work day.”
Saving the Earth With Fungi
Emerging from their culinary role, are mushrooms the industrial material of the future? Are building materials made from fungi really viable?
Leisure at Work?
With the July 4th holiday almost here, along with the traditional celebrations, we consider the importance of leisure time and how best to enjoy it and unwind. With leisure recognized as a requirement for wellness, many of our clients are bringing it into the workplace with a dedicated space. From arcade games to bowling […]
A New Campus for Reality TV Pioneer Bunim/Murray
Production company Bunim/Murray, the reality TV pioneer that created Keeping up With the Kardashians and other genre favorites, wanted to bring its production and operations teams together in three buildings at an abandoned campus.
At IA, Wellness by Design
The pursuit of wellness in its many aspects is a huge agenda at IA, with inspired staff-directed programs in every office as well as company-wide activities. An impressive array of options provide choice and the opportunity to pursue well-being in line with personal preferences and goals.
IA Analytics: Now and Looking Ahead
Architect and Digital Design Application Specialist Holly Kramer discusses IA Analytics, an innovative group of new data-driven tools that include shareable dashboards that take internal and client-centered communication about projects to a new level.
Project Files: Global Technology Client
For a user-focused experience and a more efficient use of space, a global client reinvents its high tech environment.
Episode 89: Physical Models That Advance the Design Narrative
Michael DelPriore, architectural model maker at Ryerson Studio in Kingston, NY, discusses how physical architectural models can help to advance the design narrative.
IA: Committing to the Future of Interior Architecture
IA’s enthusiastic commitment to the future of interior architecture and design is evident in multiple settings—from the studio, to the classroom, to the university.
Project Files: Evolve Vacation Rental Network
Successful startup Evolve Vacation Rental Network, having outgrown its space, wanted an engaging environment where they could thrive as they grow and maintain their sense of community and culture—relaxed, casual, but focused.
When is a Stair More Than a Stair?
Playing on the intrinsic function of stairs as a way of connecting people and places, casual seating is often part of a stair design. Sometimes just the steps themselves create the seating.