The Northshore School District, Bothell, Washington, needed to expand to include a new North Creek High School (NCHS) on a 25-ha (61-acre) site. The district partnered with Dykeman Architects to turn their vision of a flexible, innovative learning center for 1600 students into a reality. Single leaf sliding doors support the collaborative culture at the school, provide space savings, daylighting, and sound attenuation.
At the $140-million Atlanta Braves Spring Training Complex in North Port, Florida, ceiling systems helped meet the desired appearance of a contemporary training facility, the performance requirements of a hot and humid climate, and the high-traffic use of a sports and entertainment venue.
The International Spy Museum in Washington, D.C., was designed and constructed to capture the essence of espionage, secrecy, and intrigue. Acoustical ceiling tiles helped contribute to the intensive, quiet, and focused feeling permeating the space.
For Infinity Pharmaceuticals’ headquarters in Cambridge, Mass., Dyer Brown designed open-plan offices using aesthetically integrated, cutting-edge tech controlling light, sound, microclimate, and user enjoyment.