Office NV: Buxton Kubik Dodd 

Designer's Choice

BY: SYDNI MOORE AND WES HAMILTON

Buxton Kubik Dodd Creative is in the business of design. So when developer Mike Fusek purchased a lot at the southeast corner of National Avenue and Montclair Street, the firm jumped at the chance to create its own office at the very top of National Place. 

Having just moved in, roughly 20 employees enjoy a collaborative open space, a resource room full of fabric and color swatches, and a break room many workers only dream of.

 Down To Details  White cylinder lights, textured tiles and bright, imaginative artwork make for an eye-opening entrance into the 3100 S. National Ave. building.

Down To Details

White cylinder lights, textured tiles and bright, imaginative artwork make for an eye-opening entrance into the 3100 S. National Ave. building.

 First Impression  The reception area is just inside a pair of tall, glass doors. It has a coffee bar – complete with a Keurig, plus a wine cooler, stored underneath for easy afternoons.

First Impression

The reception area is just inside a pair of tall, glass doors. It has a coffee bar – complete with a Keurig, plus a wine cooler, stored underneath for easy afternoons.

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 Views To Relax  Two glass walls help shape the firm’s break room. Executives decided the best view in the building should be shared by all employees. “Since we’re on the third floor – most buildings in Springfield are two floors – we have great views in all directions,” Kubik says.

Views To Relax

Two glass walls help shape the firm’s break room. Executives decided the best view in the building should be shared by all employees. “Since we’re on the third floor – most buildings in Springfield are two floors – we have great views in all directions,” Kubik says.

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