KITE is proud to have helped a growing local company with interior design to retrofit the “eco-office” at 28 Wolcott Avenue as their new headquarters.
Developed originally by John T. Jacobson as a high-performance green building, KITE’s challenge was to preserve the airiness and beauty of the original interiors while accommodating the particular needs of the business.
KITE chose a palette that reflected the original building’s black, white, and wood, and placed modular glass walls to define a new conference room used for regular collaborative sessions and private offices within the high-volume space. Ample natural daylight and sense of space prevail. The break room is oriented toward a landscaped patio, also used for hosting corporate events.photography by Albert Garcia, AIA