DPR Construction
Gregg Mastorakos
DPR Construction
Sep 13, 2012
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DPR Construction _01 DPR_01 The original structure was a windowless concrete block.

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DPR Construction _02 DPR_02 A glass-enclosed meeting room is easily visible from the rest of the office. Rooms such as this were created to encourage teamwork and communication.

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DPR Construction _03 DPR_03 Glazed garage-style doors can be raised to bridge the interior offices to an outdoor courtyard with gathering spaces, truly connecting the interior to the exterior.

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DPR Construction _04 DPR_04 Passive cooling is aided by evaporative shower towers—constructed from HDPE piping and sheet metal—that react to wind speeds by directing water-cooled air indoors.

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DPR Construction _05 DPR_05 The Delta Room is a round conference room adjacent to the open workstations.

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DPR Construction _06 DPR_06 The reception area is open and inviting for the company's clients.

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DPR Construction _07 DPR_07 Desks are arranged in banks to encourage communication. The desert-inspired color palette includes saguaro-green electrical conduits and striated sand hues in the carpet.

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DPR Construction _08 DPR_08 SmithGroupJJR transformed the building into a light-filled space that creates all the energy it uses to run efficiently.

Photography Gregg Mastorakos