3,600 birds flock in ever-changing flight patterns. 8-story-high waterfalls cascade. And 86-feet-tall trees sway—all inside the lobby of this office building in downtown Denver.It’s all part of a jaw-dropping makeover by ESI Design for the Wells Fargo Center owned by Beacon Capital. Denver’s third tallest skyscraper, the Wells Fargo Center was designed by legendary architect Philip Johnson in 1983. The centerpiece of the renovation is an eight-story digital installation in the building’s glass atrium, which is wowing visitors and drawing crowds to the once somber office lobby.
Coverage highlights include Slate, The Denver Post, Colorado Public Radio, PSFK, New Atlas, SEEKER, Confluence Denver, Building Design + Construction, INSIDER Design, and Colorado Real Estate Journal.
PKPR placed this op-ed on CNN today by Richard and Cecilia Attias calling for a large-scale, public-and-private partnership to significantly enhance public safety and security and prevent terrorist attacks.
In a perfect extension for the cult notebook brand loved by travelers, artists, writers, and creatives, Moleskine last week opened its first-ever centrally-located Moleskine Café, a two-story social and cultural hub offering food, coffee, retail, and space for exhibits by fans and artists.The café debuts in Milan, the hometown of Moleskine, with the goal of creating a new gathering spot for social, cultural and artistic life that can be replicated in the world’s great cities.
An office lobby in Washington, DC is going viral thanks to news coverage from around the world that PKPR secured for ESI Design.
A dazzling, 1700-square-foot, motion-activated mural in the lobby of Terrell Place has been covered in outlets from Slate and Architzer to DCist and Washingtonian and in countries as far-flung as Israel and Russia.. A video of the installation by Tech Insider has been viewed over 1 million times to date. ESI’s own video of the installation has been viewed over 40,000 times to date, making it by ESI’s most watched video of all time.
Check out the fantastic feature in the Wall Street Journal today on the rebirth of The Players, the historic private social club for actors and artists on Gramercy Park.