Article source: Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
In 2006, Design Army, an accolade laden Washington DC graphic design firm looked for a new space to locate its growing business. After a concentrated search, Design Army was able to purchase an abandoned and dilapidated building in the City’s NOMA (North of Massachusetts Avenue) District. Destroyed in the riots of 1968, the NOMA District had laid dormant for over 30 years before being identified as a focus redevelopment zone in the City’s master plan.
- Architects: Studio Twenty Seven Architecture
- Project: Design Army Headquarters
- Location: Washington, DC
- Software used: AutoCAD Architecture and the Adobe Suite of programs