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ADG OKC


ADG | OKC

OFFICES

 

ROLE:  Full Architectural Services

COMPLETION DATE:  2015

SIZE:  12,000 sf

 

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ADG OKC


ADG | OKC

OFFICES

 

ROLE:  Full Architectural Services

COMPLETION DATE:  2015

SIZE:  12,000 sf

 

ADG | OKC Offices


The architecture and engineering firm, ADG, decided to move their Oklahoma City offices into the former Ford Motor plant that kicked off the production of the Model-T cars 100 years ago.  During the renovation elements of the original building were salvaged and repurposed including a 1915 stencil machine from which ADG adopted its new brand image to celebrate turning 40.  Exterior windows and sliding barn doors were also repurposed in offices and conference rooms. Wood slats on pavilions in the office reflect the crates and palettes once used for shipping and receiving car parts.  The lobby's rusted steel panels frame animated photos streams that are symbolic of the assembly line process that Henry Ford used and showcase the work of the firm for visitors.



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