Mohawk, a leading producer and distributor of quality commercial flooring, interviewed PDR's Project Designer, Giancarlo, to learn more about design approach and how to stay current on cultural trends that affect design. Below is his interview, which is also featured on Mohawk Group in Designer Curated, Discover, and On Trend.
PDR name Top Rising Design Giant by Interior Design Magazine.
"There's a whole life down here." - Houston's Secret City by David Kaplan
PDR Selected as a Finalist for the Society of the British Design Award!
Join AIGA Houston for an evening with PDR. Take a tour of our workplace and get the scoop on life in the studio.
MiddletonRaines+Zapata (MRZ) has announced they are moving their headquarters into the 11th floor of Energy Tower IV on July 5, 2017. MRZ chose architectural firm PDR to help create a space reflective of MRZ's unique culture, one that facilitates collaboration and innovation.
Houston Chronicle Food Editor Greg Morago, said “Agricole announced not one, not two, but three projects at 1201 St. Emanuel at Dallas.” To create these unique dining and drinking concepts, partners Ryan Pera, Morgan Weber and Vincent Huynh have been collaborating with PDR to design what Weber calls “An investment in the long-term future of downtown.”
For this year's Spring Branch ISD leadership retreat, they sent their leaders to different innovative sites, including PDR, to “unlearn” and observe innovation.
Take a 360-degree tour of TechSpace Houston!
Our Place Making design philosophy creates spaces that allow today's Live / Work / Play / Learn lifestyles to thrive.
How do you get maximum energy from your employees? Is it about purpose, and where does strategy fit in? If you’re doing it right, it all works together as it connects and inspires. Savage’s Bethany Andell chats with Lauri Goodman Lampson, president of PDR, a workplace consulting and design firm.
"The shift in assigning someone to a seat is really changing. When you come to work these days, you're not asked to do just one or two tasks, you're asked to do 20 or 30 different things. We're shifting to a world of knowledge workers," said Van Ravenswaay.