Ware Malcomb Receives Honorable Mention in NAIOP's Office Building of the Future Design Competition

Ware Malcomb’s vision for tomorrow’s office building is featured at the NAIOP Development ’12 National Conference
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Dec. 26, 2012 - PRLog -- Irvine, California – Leading Design firm Ware Malcomb is proud to announce that NAIOP(http://www.naiop.org/), the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, has named Ware Malcomb as an Honorable Mention recipient of its inaugural Office Building of the Future design competition.

The Office Building of the Future design competition challenged firms to formulate their visions for the design and operations of an office building to be opened in 2020. The submissions detailed each firm’s vision and concept plan for utilization trends, sustainability and new building technologies. Also included were accompanying site plan views and perspective sketches that highlighted future building features, materials, technology and trends, and hard cost budget estimates. Ware Malcomb’s submission was featured at the NAIOP Development ’12 national conference in Washington D.C., and will also be seen in the Winter 2012 issue of Development Magazine.

Through ongoing collaboration with Parker Properties (http://www.parkerprop.com/) and CBRE (http://www.cbre.us/o/newportbeach/Pages/home.aspx) on the final phase of the 1.8 million square foot Summit Office Campus, Ware Malcomb took the opportunity to experiment with future office development trends.  To illustrate our concept for the Office Building of the Future, Ware Malcomb chose a five-acre parcel in the final phase of a multi-phase office development, well situated in a suburban location, with diverse recreational, housing and retail options. The intention of the concept building is to satisfy the requirement of tomorrow’s corporate user, as well as open its doors to the neighboring community. Ware Malcomb takes an urban approach to the typical suburban project, anchoring the corner with plazas, pedestrian spaces, restaurants, retail and sports amenities.

"We are honored to be recognized by our industry peers for our vision for tomorrow’s office building. We believe it is vital to continue to evolve and be trend setters in the latest technologies and design philosophies," shares Ware Malcomb CEO, Lawrence Armstrong (@WareMalcombCEO).

Ware Malcomb has been working with the development team of Parker Properties and CB Richard Ellis for over 10 years to develop the next great workplace. The new workplace must be responsive to the 24/7 culture of today’s corporations and workforce. In addition to The Summit, this development team has actively programmed and designed numerous office sites in Southern California including Summit Oaks and Summit at Tri City.
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About Ware Malcomb (http://waremalcomb.com/)
Ware Malcomb’s Irvine office offers planning, architecture, interior design, graphic design and civil engineering services to commercial real estate and corporate clients.

Established in 1972, Ware Malcomb is an international design firm with 12 office locations throughout the United States, Toronto, Ontario, Canada and Panama. The firm specializes in the design of commercial office, industrial, technology, healthcare, retail, auto dealerships, public/institutional, educational facilities and renovation projects.  

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