Guidon completed the design of a new workspace for a growing building system technology firm. The once abandoned building was transformed with a new glass facade and bright, modern interior. The architecture of the building highlights the unique mechanical system, and the project was award two Monumental Awards in 2015 for Innovative Reuse and Interior Design.
905 N. Capitol Ave.
Innovative Reuse Spurs Economic Growth
Award Winning Design
Showcasing Cutting Edge Technology
In addition to the beautiful interior design, this building incorporates the latest energy saving, sustainable technology into the MEP and controls system. The innovative products include a water-cooled VRF system, Active Chilled Beams, and multi-stack energy recovery units, all controlled from a iPad interface. Combined with a high performance building envelope and sustainable materials, this building has outstanding energy performance.
Architecture Interior Design Structural Engineering Civil Engineering