Edward Don & Company
187,000 s.f. build to suit regional distribution center and corporate and sales office
Edward Don & Company’s objective with its new facility was to create a more
efficient facility and an aesthetically pleasing work environment. The tiltwall building’s
architecture is highlighted by the two-story stone wing wall that frames the reflected
glass curtain wall and steel canopy entry feature.
Our interior design team sought to present a fresh solution to acoustical concerns,
flexible and personalized workstations, work flow efficiencies, resource/support
locations and aesthetic (built environment) employee retention benefits. Translated,
these solutions took the form of sound absorptive architectural finishes, programmed
adjacencies with workflow patterning, centralized support centers with imbedded
specialty resources and serene finishes. Deep khaki, light cream and chocolate colors
paired with cool slate and metallic colors, natural birch doors, and maple millwork create
a calm, sophisticated palette. This palette is carried through in architectural as well as
furniture finishes.
Azimuth : Architecture provided architecture, interior design, and furniture services on
this project.