The Central & Wolfe Campus
2019 American Architecture Award Winner
The Central & Wolfe campus has transformed an obsolescent 1970s "business park" into a leading edge 815,000 s.f. office/R&D campus that will be a signature asset for Silicon Valley technology companies and the surrounding community.
The Central & Wolfe campus also includes 1,010,000 s.f. of structured parking, bringing the total building area of the campus to 1,825,000 s.f.
Landbank's commitment to environmental excellence is woven into the fabric of the Central & Wolfe Campus through elevated efficiency, Biophilic design, and sustainability. The campus was designed to produce enhanced environmental outcomes and presents unique opportunities for exemplary performance in both energy and water usage. As such, this campus achieved LEED Platinum certification.
Our project philosophy was simple: design an extraordinary, adaptable, and future-ready campus that would deliver a truly exciting and enjoyable user experience. Therefore, it was critical that every major design element that went into this campus had to raise the user experience bar. In this case, the “users” include: companies, their employees, the surrounding community, and Mother Nature.
Our wish list for this campus was long: LEED Platinum, signature architecture, large floor plates, amenities galore, no surface parking, abundant outdoor open space, rooftop gardens, and on it goes. Together with our world-class design team, led by HOK Architects and Point Energy Innovations, we found a way to make it all happen.