For the best ideas in designing care environments to treat diverse people with behavioral and mental health challenges, the starting point is simple: the very specific needs of patients and caregivers, including their needs for safety and a sense of relief.
For national workplace strategy experts Dyer Brown, the design of new office space – like the recently completed Boston headquarters of Nimbus Therapeutics, an emerging leader in the development of breakthrough medicine – must support a company’s culture and workflow, represent their brand, combine budget sensitivity with sustainability and align goals for growth, productivity and on-the-job satisfaction.
Few doubt the sincerity of building industry professionals in pursuing the adoption of more sustainable methods, materials and solutions in the worlds of design, construction and commercial real estate.
For experts in workplace strategy Dyer Brown, design matters — and so do relationships. The national architecture and interiors firm collaborates closely with clients to understand their goals and aspirations, translating those into solutions where culture, space, brand and experience meet, whether the company is a nonprofit startup or a global Fortune 500 brand.
A recent survey of corporate real estate professionals by Colliers and CoreNet Global suggests a marked trend toward smaller office workplaces, with roughly four in five respondents expecting to reduce their overall office footprint by 10 to 50 percent and planning to move up to half of traditional leases to flex leases within five years.
Standouts in their fields, architect Ashley Dunn and designer Sara Ross join leadership ranks of national architecture and interiors firm known for innovation, sustainability and client service
February 13, 2023
Dyer Brown has announced the elevation of two of the national architecture and design firm’s most valued leaders to the role of Principal: director of corporate services Sara Ross, LEED AP, and director of workplace Ashley L. Dunn, AIA.
Underscoring the design firm’s expanding commitment to sustainable design, the national architecture and interiors leader Dyer Brown has just unveiled a new 18,000-square-foot headquarters in Boston for repeat client Sappi North America, the leading eco-conscious producer of wood fiber products.
With employers scrambling to update and open workplaces during an uncertain pandemic, many are looking to design experts to help manage their transitions to hybrid remote workforces. Increasingly, some organizations find, firms like Boston and Atlanta-based Dyer Brown are positioned best to consult on the hardest part: In a nutshell, change management.
Reinforcing its reputation as client-focused innovators in workplace design, national architecture and interiors firm Dyer Brown has announced the completion of a new headquarters for MIT Federal Credit Union, a banking institution serving students and employees of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.