Government Architecture Projects
Government Interior Design and Architecture Features
The design of government buildings is a growing sector in architecture and interior design. Contract is dedicated to bringing its audience of architects and interior designers the latest and greatest government design projects. Because such building projects and renovations are often highly regulated, and have budgets that are intensely scrutinized, it presents a challenge for design teams.
We feature work by skilled firms that work to overcome these challenges and create inspiring government interior design ideas. Government architecture projects can vary, but include the design of federal office buildings and government-owned museums, galleries, exhibits, and civic institutions. The work of talented architects and designers prove that government projects created under these tight parameters can help elevate the conversation about design on a national level. Because of their scale and reach, few other project types do this
Architects and designers that work on U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) buildings and projects will also find Contract magazine’s offerings useful for their work in the interior design industry. Contract works closely with NeoCon East, held annually in Baltimore, Maryland, which features CEU accredited seminars with a focus on GSA projects and education. The show also features a variety of office design ideas including furniture, architectural products, and flooring, which can be specified in GSA projects. Additionally, Contact offers insight into the design of government buildings and institutes through other editorial coverage.