Construction began on SHARE, our newest colorful addition and the park’s second multi-tenant Class A structure.
WM+P is celebrating its Honorable Mention Award from AIA Virginia for our design for NASA Sustainability Base.
William McDonough + Partners’ Design for Method and Gotham Greens chosen for Green Roofs For Healthy Cities Award
Gotham Greens’ rooftop greenhouse, the world’s largest, is a component of Method’s commitment to sustainability.
The state-of-the-art building is expected to open in early summer 2019 and will meet several rigorous environmental standards.
William McDonough + Partners’ Cradle to Cradle Inspired Design for Plantronics Featured in World Green Building Council Report
The report features our design for Plantronics’ Soundscape Building as a case study to show satisfaction and productivity.
Leading U.S. Renewable Energy Company Selects William McDonough + Partners as Architects for New Headquarters
The architecture firm is excited to add Apex Clean Energy to its long list of important corporate clients.
WM+P is proud to be part of the Porta Nuova design team recognized as the “best urban regeneration project.”
Master planned by WM+P, in Hoofddorp, Netherlands, the Soundscape Building, designed by WM+P, opened this past April.
Architects William McDonough + Partners and Universidad EAN Announce Project Legacy: Cradle to Cradle® Design Embraced in Colombia
Universidad EAN will embody the university’s dedication to environmental awareness at its home within the urban core of Bogotá.
“Positive cities” allow people to live and work in the same neighborhoods, creating great efficiencies and promoting safe, dignified and creative lives.
Plantronics Opens New Office in the Netherlands Purpose-Built to Showcase the Benefits and Best Practices Associated With ‘Smarter Working’
The new Plantronics office, which is located in Hoofddorp’s innovative Park 20|20 office site, is designed to function as an acoustic showcase
William McDonough will debut an interactive broadcast to reimagine how the world can respond more effectively to its water crisis.