‘“When it came time for us to establish our permanent home, the decision to continue to invest in The City (by purchasing a building) was an easy one for us to make,” [said Founder William Duff]. And he adds,” SoMa feels like home to us.”
Aesthetically, functionally and experientially, the space reflects the firm’s belief in “modern design that lives well,” and given WDA’s multiple “Best Places to Work” accolades, provides a warm, welcoming and creatively immersive example of such.
In creating something new as a group from something old in the neighborhood they have long-called home, WDA has made not another architecture statement, but rather a commitment.’
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