Ware Malcomb, an international design firm, has announced it has moved its Denver, Colorado, operations into a new larger office space. The new Denver office will be the firm’s second largest in North America, providing architecture, planning, interior design, civil engineering, branding, and building measurement services to clients in a wide range of industries.
The move accommodates Ware Malcomb’s growing client and employee base in the region, as well as the growth of the firm’s Denver-based civil engineering practice. Ware Malcomb opened its first Denver office in 2001 and has been operating a second Denver office for its civil engineering operations since 2016. All services will now be based out of the new Denver office location.
Ware Malcomb’s new Denver office incorporates the latest in interior design trends, as well as the firm’s own design standards. Ware Malcomb has also implemented the firm’s own healthy workplace assessment protocols in the new office design, including occupancy density, distancing and interaction plans, signage and messaging, and other cleaning and wellness standards.
The entry to each Ware Malcomb office conveys a hospitality feel, providing an open and inviting welcome punctuated with iconic pieces of furniture. The color palette, finishes, and materials reflect the Ware Malcomb brand colors of vibrant orange with white and grey accents. The work environment fosters collaboration while also allowing for privacy and heads down work when needed. It includes stations with adjustable desk heights to provide a variety of work options and cater to every individual’s work preference.
In addition to implementing the firm’s design standards across its offices in North America, Ware Malcomb’s in-house branding studio also incorporates a unique design flair in each regional office that reflects the local community and surrounding area, as well as the office’s client base. Ware Malcomb serves as the landlord architect for Broadway Station, a transit-oriented, mixed-use infill development that serves as a gateway to downtown Denver, the Central Business District, as well as the Denver Tech Center.