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American Office Architecture

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post updated May 4, 2021

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American Office Buildings

This page contains a selection of major American office architecture, with links to individual project pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key American offices, but building additions are always welcome.

We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of American office architecture. We aim to include US office projects that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed US office buildings, new property designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across the USA. The focus is on contemporary US offices but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

We have 2 pages of American Office Architecture selections with links to many individual project pages.

American Office Buildings : news + projects from A-F

American Office Architecture : projects from G-Z (this page)

US Office Architecture

US Office Architecture – latest additions to this page, arranged chronologically:

North Carolina Biotechnology Center, NC
Design: Perkins+Will
North Carolina Biotechnology Center Building - American Office Architecture
picture from Perkins+Will
North Carolina Biotechnology Center
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is an office building and conference center used to promote North Carolina to the biotechnology industry. Designed by Perkins+Will 16 years ago the existing building fits perfectly into its site, has a central gathering space that promotes community and is beloved by its users. Our first concern in designing an addition was to “do no harm”. After vetting many options a cylindrical tower with a minimal glass connector prevailed as an excellent complement to the existing composition.

Hearst Building, New York City
Architect: Foster + Partners
Hearst Building American Office Architecture
photograph © Andrew McRae
Hearst Building
Completed in 2006, the 46-storey Hearst headquarters floats above an existing six-storey Art Deco building and has a progressive environmental strategy – the tower was the first occupied commercial building in New York City to achieve a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) gold rating.

Net Zero Building, Los Angeles, California
Design: HOK / Vanderweil
Net Zero Building Los Angeles - American Office Architecture
image from architects
Net Zero Los Angeles Building
Inspiration for this building retrofit came from nature. The bio-inspired design aligns with HOK’s move to use sustainable systems thinking. The “Process Zero: Retrofit Resolution,” a retrofit design process, reduces the building’s overall energy demand by 84 percent while generating the remaining 16 percent on-site.

American Office Building Designs

US Office Architecture, G-Z, alphabetical:

IAC Headquarters, New York City
Design: Frank Gehry Architect
IAC Headquarters Manhattan American Office Architecture
picture © 2008 Gehry Partners LLP

LVMH Building, New York City
Design: Christian de Portzamparc Architect
LVMH Building American Office Architecture
photo : Wade Zimmerman

New York Times Headquarters, Manhattan
Design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop / FXFOWLE
New York Times Building
photo © Andrew McRae

One Arts Plaza Dallas, Texas
Design: Morrison Seifert Murphy
One Arts Plaza Dallas American Office Architecture
photo from architect firm

One Bryant Park, New York City
Design: Cook + Fox Architects
One Bryant Park American Office Architecture
picture © Jock Pottle, Esto for Cook+Fox Architects

One Liberty Plaza, New York City
Design: Skidmore Owings & Merrill
One Liberty Plaza American Office Architecture
photograph © AM

Perkins+Will Office North Carolina, NC
Design: Perkins + Will
Perkins+Will Office
picture from Perkins+Will

Rockefeller Center, New York City
Design: Raymond Hood Architect
Rockefeller Center Manhattan American Office Architecture
photograph © Andrew McRae

Tesoro Office building, Texas
Design: Gensler
Tesoro Headquarters San Antonio American Office Architecture
image : Gensler

Time Warner Center, New York City
Skidmore Owings & Merrill Architects
Time Warner Center
photograph © Andrew McRae

9 West 57th Street, Manhattan
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Architects
9 West 57th Street
picture © AM

World Trade Center towers, Manhattan
Design: various architects
World Financial Center
picture © Andrew McRae

More American Office Buildings online soon

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American Architecture

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American Offices, by city, alphabetical:

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Los Angeles Office Architecture

Key American Office Buildings, no images, G-Z, alphabetical:

Gannett/USA Today Headquarters, McLean, Virginia

GKD-USA – North American HQ: office and manufacturing complex, Cambridge
Dominique Perrault with Ziger/Snead Architects

IBM Building, 1240 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, Hawaii
Vladimir Ossipoff (latterly Ossipoff Snyder & Rowland Architects)

IBM Campus, Minnesota
Eero Saarinen

John F. Kennedy Federal Office Building, Boston, Massachusetts
Walter Gropius

Penzoil Place, Houston, Texas
Philip Johnson
36 storey skyscrapers, office space

PPG Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Philip Johnson and John Burgee
One PPG Place, 40-storey office building – PPG Industries headquarters

RCID Administration Building, Buena Vista, Florida
Murphy/Jahn Architects

S. C. Johnson Administration Building, Racine, Wisconsin
Frank Lloyd Wright

Santa Monica offices, California
Pugh + Scarpa

T Bailey Offices, Anacortes, Washington

Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects
T Bailey Offices Building
image from architect

Team Disneyland Administration Building, Anaheim, California

Gehry Partners

Swiss Embassy, Washington DC

Design: Steven Holl Architects
Swiss Embassy Washington DC
photo © Andy Ryans from Steven Holl Architects
Washington DC building

Office Buildings : Contemporary Designs

USA Buildings

American School Buildings

American Architect Studios

Buildings / photos for the American Office Architecture page welcome