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Transforming the Workplace

18 Feb 2015, Posted by admin in design, 0 Comments

Transforming the Workplace


Ware Malcomb provided interior architecture and design services for the recently completed renovation and remodel of DB Schenker’s 15,000 SF office space located in Lakewood, Colorado. DB Schenker is a transportation and logistics company that operates in over 130 countries around the world.

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Congratulations wm | graphics!

20 Jan 2015, Posted by admin in design, 0 Comments

Congratulations wm | graphics!


Ware Malcomb’s Graphic Design Studio, wm | graphics, was recognized with two awards in the Printing Industry Association of the South (PIAS) Graphic Awards Competition for their work designing the 2014 Price List for 9to5 Seating.

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“Nowness”: Re-Thinking the Metropolis

04 Dec 2014, Posted by admin in culture, design, 0 Comments

“Nowness”: Re-Thinking the Metropolis


At Ware Malcomb, we have so many talented architects and designers. Their creativity inspires us! As a Master of Architecture student at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), Agnieszka Szpara participated in CONNECT, a competition hosted by SOFA that challenges top design universities to create design environments incorporating seating, lighting, and objects.

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IIDA Los Angeles Haunt Couture: Bewitching Evening of Fun and Fashion

20 Nov 2014, Posted by admin in culture, design, 0 Comments

IIDA Los Angeles Haunt Couture: Bewitching Evening of Fun and Fashion


Ware Malcomb designed a “beastly” gown constructed from interior design materials for the annual IIDA Los Angeles Haunt Couture event. This year’s theme, “Mirror, mirror who’s the fairest?” set the tone for the Halloween inspired evening.

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A Sustainable Workplace for Lexus

10 Nov 2014, Posted by admin in design, green, 0 Comments

A Sustainable Workplace for Lexus


Ware Malcomb provided interior design services for the 38,000 square foot Lexus Eastern Area Office in Parsippany, New Jersey. The project has been awarded LEED Platinum certification from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).

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Mission: To Lift the Spirits of America’s Troops and their Families

27 Aug 2014, Posted by admin in culture, design, 0 Comments

Mission: To Lift the Spirits of America’s Troops and their Families


Ware Malcomb is proud to join forces with Snyder Langston and a dedicated team of consultants to provide services to the Bob Hope USO in creating the very first USO Center at the John Wayne Airport.

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Time Warner Cable’s New York City Flagship Store!

26 Jun 2014, Posted by admin in design, 0 Comments

Time Warner Cable’s New York City Flagship Store!


Ware Malcomb was hired to work on the Time Warner Cable Flagship store. Located in the historic Castro Building in New York City’s iconic Flatiron district, this is TWC’s largest retail location in the United States.

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Art d’Strada Competition, 2011

29 Apr 2014, Posted by admin in design, 0 Comments

Art d’Strada Competition, 2011


In 2011, I made a last minute decision to enter the Art d’Strada Competition. My decision to enter the competition turned what I regarded as a hobby into an artistic vocation for object making. Ultimately, the exhibit I put together became the competition’s grand prize winner.

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An Internet Domain’s Office Revival Receives Award

10 Apr 2014, Posted by admin in design, 0 Comments

An Internet Domain’s Office Revival Receives Award


“To design a creative office space that showcases an innovative, contemporary, and sleek design, the journey begins as one arrives to the driveway.” That was the inspiration used to design the award-wining 100,000 SF Stamps.com corporate headquarters in El Segundo, California.

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Design Illuminated Through Travel

28 Jan 2014, Posted by admin in design, 0 Comments

Design Illuminated Through Travel


It started 11 years ago when I took my first trip to Italy. As a Designer, my goal was to use my architectural history book as my guide. I had only seen photographs of amazing places. I wanted to see them in real life.

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