When preparing for their DC office relocation, Leo A Daly knew that they needed a general contractor that they could trust and would be able to provide the requisite quality to realize their ambitious vision for the space. A long, collaborative relationship with Pizzano Contractors made the selection a simple choice.
The space features open ceilings and office space, as well an executive suite, private offices, conference rooms, library, and virtual reality studio. Specialty lighting, wood veneer, and glass are installed throughout. Most notably, Leo A Daly drew inspiration from the early 20th century Dutch artist Piet Mondrian. A pioneer of abstract art, Mondrian used rectangles with bold red, yellow, and blue. These colors highlight the space, in the millwork and specialty glass signage.
“As an architect you design for the present, with an awareness of the past, for a future which is essentially unknown.”