David Duncan Livingston|David Duncan Livingston|David Duncan Livingston|David Duncan Livingston||A landscaped courtyard garden is the building’s “centripetal force”|Glass doors slide back to blur the boundaries between inside and out|Employees work in semi-open cubicles within their project teams|The two wings’ narrow footprint allows for cross-ventilation||
18 Feb 2013

The Packard Foundation by EHDD

Words by Jenny Brewer

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