The Luck Ranch Opry House and Saloon, located in Spicewood, Texas, prioritizes the creation of a captivating space and backdrop for gatherings, rather than solely focusing on basic functionality. This vision comes to life within the 202-ha (500-acre) Luck Ranch, owned by country singer Willie Nelson.
Multidisciplinary design firm Cushing Terrell of Boise, Idaho, spearheaded a 2,240-m2 (24,110-sf) renovation project which transformed the old Montana National Bank into an interactive business incubator.
Multidisciplinary design firm Cushing Terrell, while designing the company headquarters of software company AppFolio in Richardson, Texas, leaned into the romance of rustic Texas, combining it with the modern vibe of a technology hub, for a transformation focused on creating the best work environment for employees.
Josh Hersel, NCARB, and Shawn Pelowitz, AIA, LEED AP, DBIA, recently promoted to associate principals at Cushing Terrell, will bring their ample experiences in residential, commercial and hospitality design, and U.S. military and government agency design respectively, into planning and managing the multidisciplinary design firm’s future.
Cushing Terrell’s architecture and design teams reconfigured the existing floor plan of the company’s new Seattle office to allow for greater workforce flow and opportunities for collaboration by motivating employees to break free from quieter, focused workspaces.
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