The Washington Post needed a new workplace to reinvent itself as a media and technology company. In 2014, it secured six floors on DC’s famed K Street, where the company could tailor a space to its needs.
The result is a home that is 92 percent open plan, allowing reporters, engineers, social media specialists, and videographers to intermingle and quickly push out compelling content in this converged environment.
As the Post continues to redefine what a media company can be, it will rely on its home to be its incubator of innovation and connector of people, technology, and ideas.
Photography: Garrett Rowland
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