Project Type: Restaurant

VF Corporation Headquarters

As a nearly complete renovation of VF Corporation’s 179,000 square foot Greensboro facility, a key goal was to restack the building to create a cohesive and collaborative work environment, while co-locating teams. Working with Rapt Studio, out of San Francisco, the team, upgraded infrastructure and designed flexible workspaces to enhance employee well-being and productivity. The design incorporated sustainable principles and reflected VF Corporation’s brand identity. The end result was a comprehensive transformation of the existing space into a modern, efficient, and collaborative work environment that supports VF Corporation’s business objectives. The new space not only provides employees with a comfortable and productive place to work but also helps to reinforce VF Corporation’s culture and brand identity.

Block 46

Workplace Architecture + Design (Workplace A+D) has provided architecture, interior design, and project management services for the planning, design and development of approximately 20 acres of land in North Wilkesboro, North Carolina. The scope of design includes complete Masterplan and site development, and the future design of the development’s programmed facilities. Workplace A+D has served as the architect and lead point of contact providing full-service Design Services from project initiation through completion. Workplace A+D manages the project design team, monitors the schedule and provides reporting to the Client’s Core Team. 

Springhouse Restaurant

Workplace Architecture + Design (Workplace A+D) worked with Owen Architecture on the Federal and State Historic Rehabilitation documentation for the Agnew Hunter Bahnson House. The home, built in 1920, was originally part of a row of great homes, known as “Millionaire’s Row.” The restoration and adaptive re-use began in May 2011 and minimal alterations as possible were made to the home in order to transform it into the Springhouse restaurant. The home now encompasses a commercial kitchen, a library bar, large dining room, sun porch, and several small meeting and event rooms. The house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places; therefore, great care and attention were given to retaining the charming historical details that make this home special.