The Epic Continues: Chesapeake Energy Corporation's Offices

The glass-fronted office building and steel-paneled garage, visually unified by their matching sunscreens. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Elliott + Associates Architects’s latest projects at the Chesapeake Energy Corporation in Oklahoma City include an office building with a central atrium. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Panels of dichroic acrylic compose the atrium’s 115-foot-long suspended sculpture. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Anodized aluminum framing the office atrium’s walls. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Fluorescent tubes descending four stories through the center of a staircase. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Skylights cap the 39-foot-high atrium. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Alberto Meda’s tables and Delphin Design’s stacking chairs transform the atrium into a conference center. Photo by Scott McDonald.

The office building’s fluorescent-lit stair tower is a beacon marking the company’s expanded campus. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Private offices surround the atrium. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Bridges from the garage have balustrades of perforated steel. Photo by Scott McDonald.

An office’s sunscreen allows a glimpse of earlier campus buildings. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Staggered panels let fresh air into the garage. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Three 20-foot-long bridges connect the office building and the garage. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Next to the garage, a separate structure contains utilities. Photo by Scott McDonald.

An integral glass lighting element marks the?intersection of the two main corridors on each office level. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Gelled fluorescents identifying a particular deck in the garage. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Painted color-coding. Photo by Scott McDonald.

One of the two corner staircases. Photo by Scott McDonald.

Rand Elliott has used this light treatment for both of his garages at Chesapeake Energy. Photo by Scott McDonald.

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