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This is a selection of major American office buildings.
Our focus is on the best contemporary US offices. We have 2 pages of American Office Architecture selections with links to many individual project pages.

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US Office Buildings – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

1619 Phillippi Passive House Offices, Boise, Idaho
Design: Vaughn Yribar Architecture
1619 Phillippi Passive House Offices in Boise Idaho
photograph : Gabe Border Photography

Passive House Offices in Idaho
A portion of the original building was demolished making space for a new parking area while the remaining building was renovated into a new 2,000 square foot office space. The program consists of a reception area, conference room, office space, storage garage and support spaces.

Toro Headquarters Building, Bloomington, Minnesota – 18 Sep 2013
Design: LEO A DALY Bloomington Building
image from architects

The Toro Company, a leading worldwide provider of innovative turf, landscape, rental and construction equipment, and irrigation and outdoor lighting solutions, selected LEO A DALY as design architect to expand its headquarters in Bloomington. The 75,000 sqft expansion, which officially broke ground on Sept. 5, will begin the process of expanding the company’s research, development and testing operations required for Toro’s state-of-the-art equipment. The project is scheduled for completion in summer 2014.

GSK Offices Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Interiors design: Francis Cauffman ; Core and shell architect: Robert A.M. Stern Architects
GSK Offices Building
photo : Francis Dzikowski / Esto for Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP

GSK Offices Navy Yard – 19 Apr 2013
GSK has been transforming its workspace throughout the world, and evolving and enhancing the collaborative model with each project. The Navy Yard is the first office built and designed from the ground up to meet GSK’s needs for a flexible, interactive, healthy, and productive workspace. Prior to the move, Francis Cauffman created three pilot projects where GSK employees tested furniture and technology solutions. The employee feedback on furniture and ergonomic features was incorporated into the final design.

Aqua Tower Building, Chicago
Design: Studio Gang Architects
Aqua Tower Building
image from architect

Aqua Tower, Chicago
This building is an 82-story mixed-use high-rise. Functions include a hotel, offices, apartments, condominiums and parking. The architecture is eye-catching, using a simple device of variation within balcony edges.

James I Swenson Building, Minnesota
Design: Ross Barney Architects
Civil Engineering Building Minnesota
photo : Kate Joyce Studios

James I Swenson Building
The University of Minnesota Duluth has instituted a new Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering (BSCE). The new building provides approximately 35,300 gross square feet to house classrooms, instructional and research laboratories, and office space for the Civil Engineering Department. The new building builds on and reinforces the existing circulation patterns that are part of the UMD campus. The new Science and Engineering Building is LEED Gold Certified.

ESRI Headquarters Building, Redlands, Los Angeles, California
Design: HVIDT ARKITEKTER
ESRI Headquarters Los Angeles
picture from architect

ESRI Headquarters
The headquarters, encompassing 8.000 m², is constructed in connection with ESRI’s existing buildings in a campus-like and very green area, traversed by an avenue of high palm trees. The main entrance of the new building is located at the end of the avenue. The project consists of two building volumes, the office wings, and a large intermediate glass atrium, where the entrance is located. The atrium facades stand as a continuous glazing, constructed in frameless glass and mounted on light steel constructions with discreet steel fittings. With a height of 14 m, these glazings are one of the highest top-hung glass facades in the world.

American Office Buildings

US Office Architecture, A-F, alphabetical:

99 Church Street Tower, Lower Manhattan
Robert A. M. Stern Architects
99 Church Street Tower picture : dbox Courtesy of: Silverstein Properties
200 Greenwich Street, WTC Tower 2, NYC
Foster + Partners
200 Greenwich Street image : Foster + Partners
Manhattan skyscraper
Christian de Portzamparc
Manhattan skyscraper image from architect
AEC Solutions Group HQ, Massachusetts
KlingStubbins
AEC Solutions Group Boston rendering courtesy of KlingStubbins
AT&T Building, Manhattan
Philip Johnson, Architect with John Burgee
AT&T Building New York photograph : Isabelle Lomholt
Chrysler Building
William Van Alen, Architect
Chrysler Building New York photo © Joe Lekas
Dallas Architects Offices, Texas
Design: Morrison Seifert Murphy
Morrison Seifert Murphy offices photograph from architect
Discovery Tower Offices, Texas
Design: Gensler
Discovery Tower Houston image : Gensler
Empire State Building, New York City
Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, Architects
Empire State Building
photo © Andrew McRae
Flatiron Building, New York City
Daniel Burnham, Architect
Flatiron Building Manhattan image © Isabelle Lomholt

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American Offices, by city, alphabetical:

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Key American Office Buildings, no images, A-F, alphabetical:

AT&T Building, New York City
1984
Design: Philip Johnson Architect

Caltrans District 7 Headquarters, Los Angeles, California
2004
Design: Morphosis Architecture

Commons at Mount Burdell, Novato, Marin County, California
2008
Carrier Johnson + CULTURE
Marin County building

D. E. Shaw & Co. Office Building, New York City
1992
Design: Steven Holl Architects
D. E. Shaw Office Building

FDA Southwest Regional Lab & District Office, California
2004
Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership

Federal building, San Francisco, California
2006
Design: Morphosis Architecture
Federal building

Fountain Place, Dallas, Texas
1986
Pei Cobb Freed and Partners




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