Located in the heart of Washington, D.C., Midtown Center is a 14-story mixed-use office, dining, and retail complex arranged around a large new public plaza.
The building works to integrate with its environment—and honor local architectural traditions—through a unique glass-and-copper facade designed to slowly patina over time. This architectural expression optimizes solar shading while maintaining maximal daylight conditions for the workplaces within.
A series of three bridges cross between the two wings of the complex, sculptural elements that animate the courtyard below. The bridges link a number of gathering and amenity spaces that serve as a focus for office life.