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Senior Living Design

 Design is evolving across all markets and senior living is no exception. This segment as well as healthcare is taking on more of a hospitality like feel to make people’s stay more comforting. Spaces are being designed to create a “sense of place” and community by placing common areas such as fitness centers and salons [...]

The Frost House

Robert Frost, a well known pathologist, and his wife bought this prefabricated house back in 1958 and lived in it for 50 years. Prefabricated homes were a new concept back then promoted by a developer that promised to deliver a brand new home in 48 hours. These prefab houses shipped in two trailer trucks and [...]

Kimball Office | Joelle

 Joelle (fka as Dwell) by Kimball Office is designed to create casual meeting or waiting areas using flexible and configurable seating components. The statement of line consists of  low backed lounge pieces ranging from 24″ to 51″ wide. In addition Joelle offers a wide variety of ancillary ottomans including 3 round ottomans, 4 square ottomans [...]

The Future of Office Design

    Offices today are very different than they were 10 years ago, but what will they look like 10 years in the future? Dare we even imagine? CNN Style interviewed several experts including an architect, designer, innovator, and entrepreneur and all gave their hypotheses for the future of the workplace. As you may expect technology [...]

The Colors of the Hewing Hotel

Hotels these days have really learned to step up their design game. Hotel corporations everywhere are realizing that people want to enjoy the uniqueness and authenticity of the city in which they are staying. As a result, they are creating a boutique hotel experience for their patrons. No longer does cookie-cutter finishes & furniture shape [...]

How Walker Zanger’s Showroom Helps Their Product

The award winner of the 2017 Innovative Showroom Awards was the Walker Zanger Headquarters. The new headquarters was created with an efficient floor plan for their products while being thoughtful about the flow of their visitors. To showcase their expansive stone, tile, and slab collections the team used specific planning and dramatic effects. This planning was [...]

Venus Williams | Not Just A Tennis Player

You have most likely heard of the tennis star, Venus Williams, and seen her dominate the tennis court on ESPN. Venus Williams has been playing tennis from a very young age, yet she has had other passions as well, which include both fashion design and interior design. Williams has earned an associate in arts degree [...]

Sandler Seating | Riverside Lounge Chair

    The Riverside lounge chair has got to be one of the coolest things you’ve ever seen! Because the frame is made of a polyurethane foam, the chair is soft yet firm. So it doesn’t sink in like a beanbag chair! Riverside was featured at Sandler Seating’s booth at NeoCon this year and got [...]

Rewriting the Past | The Allure of Signage

The Original Pantry, a 24/7 diner, opened their doors in 1924 and has literally been open every day since then (except for one day in 1997). While Los Angeles has evolved with significant development around it,  this historical monument has maintained it’s original 1920′s concept. Today, it remains a popular destination visited by many celebrities, [...]

The Changing Face of Retail

Most people have heard that traditional retail stores are being outpaced by e-commerce sales. However, traditional brick and mortar retailers may have an advantage over e-commerce or internet shopping. Retail shops are realizing that they can create an atmosphere that provides an intentional experience for their shoppers. This experience is enhanced by not only interior [...]

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