Jack Porter, an experiential design group specializing in branded sports environments and interactive design, recently moved into their new office space on West Stone Avenue.
The newly renovated, 7,000 square-foot space has an open floor that makes it easy for designers, strategists, media specialists and production team members to collaborate. The office’s front retail façade features large glass windows. The wooden and steel awning that spans the storefront is a nod to mid-century modern design.
Mavin Construction was the general contractor and Fuller Group, Inc was the engineer and architect for the new office.
Christina Harrell and Danny Stemann founded Jack Porter nine years ago to create transformative, high-impact designs in college athletic facilities.
“Danny and I saw this as an opportunity to create an office space that reflects who we are as a firm and accommodate our growth,” said Harrell.
Jack Porter most recently completed the 110,000-square-foot USC Long Family Football Operations Center, which opened in February. Jack Porter collaborated with the University of South Carolina and architectural firms Gensler Sports and Quackenbush to design the state-of-the-art space.