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COSTA MESA, Calif., May 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Award-winning, full-service architecture firm Newman Garrison + Partners (NG+P) is pleased to announce the firm's expansion to new headquarters to accommodate its growth throughout the southern California market over the past two years and to facilitate collaboration with its burgeoning interior design division. The new office, located in Costa Mesa, California, accommodates the growing staffing needs required to service its urban infill multifamily, hospitality and single-family residential clientele.  With a full complement of leading architects and interior designers occupying the space, the new office offers clients a "one stop shop" for planning, design, inspiration and collaboration.

Newman Garrison + Partners' new office at 3100 Bristol St. in Costa Mesa features unique conference areas.

"While many firms have downsized or gone out of business in recent years as a result of the economy, we are experiencing quite the reverse: an increase in projects, recognition for the work we do and a cohesiveness with our design division offering clients a unique and seamless solution," said Kevin R. Newman, Chairman and CEO of Newman Garrison + Partners. "The openness of our new space fosters collaboration so that the integration of our capabilities is more cost and time efficient." 

Located at 3100 Bristol Street, the new space was a collaboration between Lori Michelle, creative director of NG+P's interior design studio, and the architecture studio, and reflects a clean-lined contemporary feel with a nod to mid-century.  

The space includes conference areas, which also serve as showrooms to one-of-a-kind pieces including a unique designer conference table. NG+P also hosts industry speakers in the new space to talk about trends and new products and to provide opportunities for employees to gain CE credits as well.

The open, interactive and collaborative work areas house the architecture and interior design capabilities side-by-side for a more seamless partnership.

"The interior design studio continues NG+P's philosophy of creating a cohesive approach to design while catering to the needs of our clientele," says Lori Michelle.

NG+P's recent designs of several urban infill multifamily developments in Southern California include The Huxley and The Dylan in West Hollywood, California, named respectively after Brave New World author, Aldous Huxley, and "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night" poet, Dylan Thomas. The Huxley had its grand opening April 12, 2014 and The Dylan is scheduled for completion this summer.

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