Corporate

Fontanar Centro Comercial Graphics

Fontanar Centro Comercial is a new three-level commercial center nestled into the rural landscape of Chia, a suburb city to Bogotá, Colombia. Set into the contours of the enveloping topography, Fontanar is designed to reflect the natural beauty of the region. Extensive landscaping, curvilinear forms and an eye-catching array of natural materials turn the mall... Read More

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Bintaro Jaya Xchange Graphics

The Bintaro Jaya Xchange project heavily utilizes linear pattern elements. This is clearly evident in the retail parcel where the large west facade canopy and the anchoring structure both incorporate strong parallel lines. To tie-in this portion of the project with retail, the logo was treated with a similar parallel linear language. Populating the face... Read More

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Marina Rosha

The design of Marina Rosha features a large multi-level shopping center and two office towers, in addition to outdoor plazas and structured parking. The 2,625,440-square-foot / 244,000-square-meter development incorporates upscale urban retail combined with a vibrant outdoor entertainment and commercial office plaza. Drawing upon DDG’s extensive experience in planning and designing shopping centers and mixed-use... Read More

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Laureate Building

The 12-story Laureate Building in Baltimore’s chic new Harbor East district bridges the gap between the neighborhood’s mixed-use vitality and the utility and convenience of a more traditional office facility – and it does so without sacrificing the subtle architectural detailing and inspired industrial design aesthetic that characterizes the waterfront neighborhood. With nearly 200,000 square... Read More

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Commerce City

Commerce City expresses a dramatic contemporary urban design concept for Ankara, Turkey’s capital city. Planned along a 2500-foot frontage, the project features a series of districts – residential, office, shopping, entertainment, and hotel – with water symbolically linking each section. Water inspires the architectural forms as well. Flowing vertical and horizontal curves shape the hotel... Read More

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