Rinck Advertising

Fostering creativity and collaboration

Rinck Advertising, a full-service advertising, media, and public relations agency with offices in Lewiston, Maine and Annapolis, Maryland, retained Harriman through its subsidiary firm Foreside Architects to relocate its 40-person Maine office.

The project involved the transformation of a building previously being used as a warehouse into a dynamic, creative workplace. The building, located at 113 Lisbon Street, was originally designed by architect and former Harriman Associates namesake, Alonzo Harriman, in 1928.

Project Overview


Rinck Advertising



Services Provided

Architecture, Interior Design

Key Contacts

Mark Burnes, AIA, NCARB

Multi-use spaces for a multi-approach team

To realize our client’s vision, we designed a solution with both open and closed spaces to suit a variety of work styles. Strategically placed interactive zones encourage spontaneous collaboration, and a welcoming café space invites socialization while also serving as an alternative meeting space.

The design concept integrates the building’s traditional brick and timber features with bold colors, contemporary furnishings, and industrial materials to create a distinctive identity for this creative agency.

  • The goal expressed by our clients, Peter and Laura Rinck, was to create an inspirational environment capable of housing current staff and allow for future growth.

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