HAPPENINGS / DESIGN FORWARD / DESIGN STORY
Hospitality + Workplace
In this workplace environment study our design team blends hospitality and workplace to create an immersive experience. The design story begins with the idea of Elevating the Everyday—inspired by natural elements, layering on luxury, and activating all the senses.
Showroom / Collaboration
The showroom blends hospitality and workplace to create a tranquil environment that fosters communication. The immersive experience for clients and team members is created through the use of layering, lighting, greenery, and outdoor inspired furnishings.
Influenced by hospitality, intentional use of greenery and accessories are seen throughout the space. Collaboration spaces are nested into the walls to create a destination in the corridor.
War Room / Conference
This conference room is designed to accommodate multiple work styles. The four zones offer flexibility for casual collaboration, dual processing, and individual focus. A variety of seating as well as standing desks create a welcoming space layered with textures and light.
Meet the Team
Architects play a key role in shaping the built environment, and it is critical that our work reflects the diversity of the communities they serve. Diversity Month is an opportunity to recognize and embrace the differences that make each of us unique. In the architecture industry, it provides a platform to showcase the contributions of diverse architects, highlight the importance of inclusive design, and explore the significance of diversity in architecture.More
Joel Smith was recently featured in DBusiness Magazine's The Detroit 500—a list of the most powerful business leaders in metro Detroit—for the fifth consecutive year. Noted among leaders in over 30 industries, Joel is praised for establishing N/S as "one of Michigan's largest and most distinguished design firms" as well as being at the forefront of Detroit's revitalization.More
Raw + Refined / Sachse desired a workplace on one floor plate that displayed all facets of construction. From exposed ceilings and welding joints to refined millwork and organic lines, the urban, collaborative design concept came to life in Sachse's Detroit headquarters.More