Various Projects - Pickard Chilton Architects

 

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These images represent a sample of work done at Pickard Chilton Architects. All projects were a collaborative effort of project design teams. Unless otherwise noted, Pickard Chilton retains ownership and copyright of all illustrations created while under their employment.

 


 

1144 FIFTEENTH  -  DENVER, CO

 

1144 Fifteenth is the first Class-A commercial office tower to be built in Denver in 30 years. The tower’s design harkens to the rocky mountains and fritted spandrel glass at the crown resembles the mountain’s frosty tops. The core separates two sculpted massings which “dance” with each other and offer gracious lease depths. This tower offers not only a site-sensitive and contextual design, it is a LEED Gold Certified workplace with a state-of-the-art air filtration system and under floor air. 

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AMEGY BANK  -  HOUSTON, TX

 

Amegy Bank’s new headquarters is prominently located within Post Oak Park in Houston’s Uptown District. The tower features fifteen levels of offices atop an enclosed eight-level parking podium.

The tower’s curved glass façades maximize views of downtown Houston and the Galleria. The tower is accessed through a double-height, light filled lobby, elegantly detailed in natural surfaces of wood and stone. The high-performance enclosure with 10 foot floor-to-ceiling insulated glass introduces natural light deep within the offices while mitigating solar heat gain.  The on-site employee-only dining conservatory offers healthful food options and provides an informal space for spontaneous collegial meetings.

All work is the property of and was a collaborative effort of Pickard Chilton Architects. 


 

GA TECH  -  TECHNOLOGY SQUARE COMPETITION

Technology Square will inspire and realize a sustainable, innovative ecosystem that integrates Technology Square with the new interdisciplinary research and economic development potential. 

Sited across the bridge from GA TECH proper, this tower will encourage a collaborative community; linking students interested in tech and software with research labs and companies that can train them and facilitate their potential. This relationship is further strengthened by the High Performance Computing Center, which occupies the historic Crum and Forster building connected to the tower on the first four floors. 

All work is the property of and was a collaborative effort of Pickard Chilton Architects. 

 
 

 
Interior Lobby
Interior Lobby