The adaptive reuse of a historic building for the banking software firm's crisp, modern office space

Originally developed by Robert Jemison Jr. for the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce headquarters, The Jemison Building opened in 1908.

The original stained glass dome was preserved along with its natural aging patina, and new rectilinear offices and reception areas fill the space with open ceilings and glass walls.

Additional support offices and meeting spaces adjoin the large, internal light well which provides natural light throughout the office space.