In 1985, SBI undertook the redevelopment of the Bulova Watch Corporation’s manufacturing plant into Bulova Corporate Center, a class A office building. In deciding to preserve the 35 year old, art deco, industrial exterior, the SBI team was inspired to have the interior build off of and accentuate the classic beauty of the timeless facade. This building prominently showcases SBI’s signature creativity. Once again, the team exercised the use of light and fluidity throughout the space to transform the interior of this former manufacturing plant. The skeletal core of this building is the large atrium that is punctuated by the inclusion of a 5,456 square foot skylight. This atrium marks a main pillar of SBI’s work that its form serves the function to provide great pedestrian circulation, natural light, and ventilation throughout the building. The atrium is lined with live foliage, both classic and modern sculptures and vibrant pieces of art, around which stream of cascading water bisects the first floor. Additionally, SBI designed the interior to include unexpected amenities, such as health club, auditorium, conference centers, and restaurant.