24th and Camelback Office Building Renovation
The interplay of indoors and out, dark and light, brings a modern upgrade to the public spaces of this premier mixed-use office complex in the Phoenix Camelback corridor.
Architecture, Corporate Interiors, Corporate Office Buildings, Interiors, Landscape Architecture, Office, Workplace
The Biltmore neighborhood is a prestigious address along Phoenix’s Camelback Road corridor. When new owners purchased this eight-story office tower with views of iconic Camelback Mountain and surrounding peaks, it identified the need for a more eye-catching entry and more modern public spaces.
A large overhang establishes a bold, intuitive entry large enough to accommodate outdoor seating; the Trespa high pressure laminate panel and ACM metal fascia clad overhang structure was carefully designed to appear that it pierces through the glass and continues into the lobby, connecting the indoor and outdoor spaces.
An underutilized courtyard becomes a new focal point. To increase the view to the outside, a structured glazing system replaces storefront glass for unobstructed views from the lobby; a lower exterior wall also offers eye-level sightlines from the street. Wood beams and custom planters strengthen the indoor-outdoor connection.