Our long history & experience in designing commercial architecture in our state, DWL Architects & Planners, Inc. of New Mexico welcomes your project. We design spaces for a broad range of business types and always work with our clients to make the process collaborative.
For customer-facing commercial architectural projects like restaurants, breweries, community centers and more, our focus on building purpose gives us the ability to meet the expectations of your project. Our work can be seen in numerous local-area projects that stand tall today, providing environments that are welcoming, exciting and appealing to all who use them. Contact us today!
Our architects in Albuquerque, NM have worked with a broad range of local businesses to develop office environments that make optimal use of space while creating a place where employees feel comfortable and motivated. From law offices to accounting firms, call centers to company headquarters, our breadth of abilities will develop offices to suit your needs.
301 Central Ave, Albuquerque NM
The One-Up Restaurant and Bar were the initial tenants in the Third & Central redevelopment project. The concept envisioned diners sitting near the large windows that overlooked one of Albuquerque’s downtown main street intersections and the street scene below. This downtown dining and entertainment venue was focused on an upscale, sophisticated atmosphere that was a departure from the early redevelopment projects in downtown Albuquerque.
The redevelopment of these buildings has provided an alternative to some of the other commercial lease spaces available within the Albuquerque downtown area.
4110 Cutler Ave NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico
DWL|NM was commissioned by Russ Whitener to design an iconic Office Building along I-40 that would make a “statement” and be recognized in his business marketing campaigns. A strong color palette and prominent geometrical forms, seen on many buildings in New Mexico, have helped to meet the firm’s goals. The design features abundant natural lighting within a two-story atrium lobby with common dining space. Private offices have views of the Interstate and open offices have borrowed light and overhead diffuse lens skylights.
This multi-story office building succeeded in providing energy-efficient, flexible facilities. Site development planning, assistance with marketing graphics for leasing purposes, zoning reviews, interior design, and 3-D architectural renderings and furniture system selections were all inherent components of this successful project.
Additional Commercial Projects
- One-Up Restaurant and Bar
- El Privado
- 600 Central
- Socorro Springs Restaurant & Brewery
Additional Office Projects
- Collin McMillan Office Building
- New Mexico Game & Fish Headquarter Office Building
- Rio Rancho Estates office
Regardless of the size of your building or the occupancy needs you may have our architects are ready to exemplify design to meet your expectations. Our work can be seen in numerous local projects providing environments that are welcoming, exciting, and appealing to the users.