DDI, teamed with L.R. Kimball Architects, was selected to plan and design Sheetz Corporation’s new approximately 100,000 SF office building in Claysburg, PA. Third generation Sheetz management understood that a well-designed workplace would improve employee performance and job satisfaction, promote a healthy culture, and reinforce brand philosophy. For DDI, it was an outstanding opportunity to leverage their expertise as leaders in the hospitality industry and apply it in the workplace and learning environment.
Tavistock Development Co. has hired a design team to refresh its Pier Sixty-Six Hotel & Marina in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Daroff Design Inc. + DDI Architects PC (DDI) is spearheading the hotel’s interior design and will act as the historic hotel tower’s architect, while HKS Architects Inc. is creating the main hotel building’s architecture. Garcia Stromberg, GS4 Studios and Phil Kean Design Group have been tapped as residential architects. EDSA has also joined the team as landscape architect.
Philadelphia, PA – Moore College of Art & Design celebrates the transformation of its Connelly Library into a 21st-century art and design learning center with an opening reception for the Moore community on Tuesday, December 4, 2018, 5:30 – 7 pm, in the library at 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia.
Daroff Design Inc. and DDI Architects, PC (DDI), recently completed the interior renovation of Philadelphia International Airport’s Terminal and Concourse B, by designing eight new restaurants and retail venues for OTG. The 60,000 square feet development provides a glimpse into the future of air travel for those passing through.
Having a flight delayed can be a major bummer, but if you’re at Philadelphia International Airport, it could be worse.
PHL Airport has undergone a series of major renovations over the past few years. The in-progress $900 million overhaul has already added several true dining and shopping destinations, plus lots of ways to entertain yourself and your family with art, play or learning. There’s also a few places you can actually relax.
We spend half, if not more, of our waking hours at work, and the work we do is hard, from helping a client fill out a complex benefits application to aiding a government agency re-imagine a complex system. It requires tenacity and resiliency in the face of challenges. Still, burnout is an all too familiar issue across the social sector. That is why four years ago Benefits Data Trust (BDT) made a commitment to create a workspace that would both energize our staff and give them a space to decompress. With our lease coming to a close, we began to look for space for our rapidly expanding staff. We could no longer fit 130 people and a strong desire to scale our impact into 14,000 square feet.