Office Design

  • Andy Kinslow on Reshaping Tulsa’s Skyline

    By Ioana Neamt, Associate Editor Tulsa has battled tornadoes repeatedly throughout its history, and a local architectural firm is proposing to incorporate that elemental part of the city’s identity in its skyline. Kinslow Keith & Todd has already garnered considerable attention by proposing the Tulsa Tornado Tower, a twisting, cone-like structure up to 300 feet [...]

    South 07 July 2015 20:38
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    High-tech tenants seek flexible, collaborative office space.

    National 20 August 2013 17:56
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    Rising Realty Partners, helped by funds from Mount Kellett Capital Management, has acquired the landmark 440,000-square-foot PacMutual building in Downtown Los Angeles and plans a significant repositioning for the property.

    West 18 April 2012 13:08

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