Hub Group Headquarters Oak Brook, IL
Glenn Rieder recently completed a stunning 22,000 square foot makeover for Hub Group’s corporate headquarters in Oak Brook, Illinois. Our partners in the project were Hub Group, Solomon Cordwell Buenz (architect and designer) and Morgan Harbour Construction.
Architectural millwork was the centerpiece of the project with gorgeous custom production throughout Hub Group’s lobby, executive boardroom, conference rooms, breakout spaces and deli bar. Glenn Rieder incorporated a myriad of unique materials and finishes in the process, as well.
Quartered Mozambique (WD-1)
Hub Group’s lobby, conference rooms and break out spaces featured custom paneling utilizing Quartered Mozambique (WD-1). This material was also integrated into the corridor casework, doors, credenzas and desks to maintain a rich, consistent design theme.
In the company boardroom, and as an added element of class, Glenn Rieder added WD-1 paneling on both the walls and ceiling to create a stunning effect in this executive space.
Quartered, Figured & Fumed Eucalyptus (WD-2)
Glenn Rieder created custom credenzas using Quartered, Figured and Fumed Eucalyptus (WD-2) that are displayed in the conference rooms and break out areas. Glenn Rieder also designed leather banquettes and marble top reception desks for all aspects of the office.
Bamboo Nickel Patterned Aluminum Wall Paneling
The elevator lobbies included 2800 square feet of Gage Aluminum wall paneling (MP-1) in a bamboo nickel pattern that provided a beautiful contrast between wood and metal in the building.
Plastic Laminate Casework & Stainless Steel Accents
The Deli Bar casework featured a combination of Plastic Laminates, WD-2 and Stainless Steel accents to provide an elegant, contemporary look.
The completion of their corporate headquarters marked our first project with Hub Group, Inc. It was a wonderful project and we were thrilled to work with such an incredible team.
Owner | Developer:
Oak Brook, IL
Designer | Architect:
Solomon Cordwell Buenz
Morgan Harbour Construction