EUA BELIEF STATEMENT
We believe at its core, architecture is not about bricks, mortar, wood, glass and steel.
It’s not really even about plans or aesthetics. Sure, these are all important but anyone
can give you these things.
We believe at its heart, architecture is about people.
We believe architecture has the power to unleash true human potential.The power to
enable people to be their best.The power to inspire people to be better human beings.
This is a big promise.
We don’t make it alone. Our team includes our clients. It includes everyone who uses
and enjoys the spaces we create. Delivering on the promise requires dedication,
listening closely, working diligently, collaborating relentlessly and executing brilliantly.
It’s no small task; we can only accomplish it together.
When we build an educational facility that people love to be in, then instructors are
inspired and students learn better. When we create a welcoming caring environment
where family actually enjoys visiting, then families strengthen. When we design
workplaces that empower people to do their best, then organizations can thrive and
grow in previously unimagined new ways.
We believe great architecture is about more than elevating the environment.
We believe great architecture is about elevating people’s potential.
JOIN US ON A VIRTUAL TOUR
EUA is currently working with our clients via a wide variety
of virtual reality (VR) mediums supported through 3D project
views. With your VR glasses you will be able to delve deeper
into the design of a space to help get a feel for the scale,
function and flow.
This handout will walk you through some sample EUA projects,
showing you an example of a singular step in the design
process. The VR view is supported by final photography of the
spaces to show the final product, giving you a better feel for the
level of design EUA delivers to our clients.
Virtual Reality technology is continuing to evolve at a fast pace,
and your glasses afford the most basic introduction to VR, if
interested during your project, there are additional tools we can
use to expand the virtual experience during the design process.
A new and self-sufficient satellite office provides employees with all
the amenities of a corporate headquarters in one central location.
View this project on your VR reader at www.eua.com/VR1
JOHNSON CONTROLS HAWLEY ROAD
WEST ALLIS, WI
The new M3 Insurance headquarters was designed to aid in efforts to
recruit and retain employees by enhancing the work environment.
View this project on your VR reader at www.eua.com/VR2
This new space provides a flexible environment for its employees
and incorporates sit-stand workstations and a work cafe.
View this project on your VR reader at www.eua.com/VR4
Creating a monumental entrance into their new headquarters, this lobby
infuses the company’s brand and legacy in an open, flexible environment.
View this project on your VR reader at www.eua.com/VR5
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