SOM’s new Washington D.C. office prioritizes people and lowers carbon footprint

Since the pandemic, collaborative momentum has shifted back to the physical workplace, but our work-from-home experience has left an indelible mark. Zoom meetings, digital collaboration tools, and partial work-from-home schedules have fundamentally changed the nature of our workday. How can the design of our workplaces adapt to this new way of working?

At SOM, we have taken the initiative to re-examine long-held beliefs about what the office looks like. Over the past few years, we have designed new offices or major renovations for almost all of our worldwide locations. Through an approach we call “radical reduction,” we have recast our workplaces to support our

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