• Image courtesy of Loren Nelson

Serena Williams Building

Beaverton, OR

Business Type

12-story office tower


1 million sq ft

The largest structure at this Beaverton campus was named after tennis champion Serena Williams. It stretches one million square feet over three city blocks.

A highlight of the design is the architectural lighting by LUMA Lighting Design.



  • LEED Platinum

Special features

  • Solar panels (648 of them) provide energy while screening mechanical units from view.
  • Green roof terraces collect stormwater and return it to the surrounding wetlands, making it "salmon-safe."
  • Displacement ventilation helps support highly efficient airflow for energy-saving mechanical systems.
  • Rainwater is captured, stored, and used to flush toilets.
  • The building is anticipated to achieve an energy cost savings of over 41% compared to a baseline building.

Media Coverage

DJC Oregon: Top Projects 2023


BD+C: Nike HQ’s newest, largest structure: the Serena Williams Building


Work Design Magazine: Tour The Serena Williams Building By Skylab Architecture At Nike World Headquarters


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