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Adaptive reuse refers to reusing or transforming an existing site or building for a purpose other than what is was originally intended.  Some examples include turn-of-the-century mill buildings that become store fronts and offices or old office buildings that are transformed into luxury apartments.  Whatever the case may be, adaptive reuse has the potential to
Hospitality design, unlike many other industries, relies heavily on the built environment.  Guests want and expect a particular experience, making every detail important.  One trend that is showing up more and more is for hotels to feel more like home, as if it is a familiar vacation home.  Hospitality designers have to balance the functionality
In today’s face-paced world, it seems more difficult than ever for retail stores to grab people’s attention through displays.  That means that retailers have to work harder to create retail displays that attracts attention, communicates the store’s products, values, and branding all while remaining modular and cost-effective. The main goal of displays is to attract customers.
Using metal laminate in interior design has become an increasingly popular choice of substrate across all industries from hospitality to retail to residential design.  It has versatility unlike any other material in producing creative, detailed interior designs.  In recent years, even the look and feel of metal laminate has adapted to meet the ever changing styles
At ATI we receive a lot of questions about our ceiling tiles from the difference between lay-in and glue-up to what is GridMax.  We have compiled a list of our most common questions and their answers here to help you find the right product for your design. What is the difference between lay-in (drop-in) and
Wood and other natural elements have timeless visual appeal in interior design.  Showcasing wood brings warmth and nature to a design that may otherwise feel cold and sterile.  There are so many ways to use real or faux wood laminate  into a space and designers are constantly re-interpreting existing styles and finding creative ways to
Interior designers have recently taken a particular interest in Moroccan design elements due to its ability to capitalize on the flexibility of the bold colors, unique textures, and exquisite fabrics.  Moroccan shapes and designs showcase bright, magnetic colors, intricate geometric patterns, and layer upon layer of texture that takes can elevate an environment.  Geometric shapes–the ogee in
BACKGROUND: Ham’s restaurants first opened its doors in 1935 and quickly became a staple in many North Carolina and Virginia communites, providing great food and fun times for the entire family.  Today, Ham’s has remained true to that vision while also serving up an expanded menu featuring delicious food from bison burgers to fish tacos
Texture can add depth and add an interesting element to design.  One of the more popular textural patterns for use in industrial, retail, and even rustic designs is diamond or checker plate.Diamond plate was first used in the middle of the 20th century by military and industrial clients for practical purposes like providing traction on
SITUATION: On Battleground Avenue in Greensboro, North Carolina, there’s a burger skirmish going on. Not between competitors but within an imaginative new concept restaurant named Burger Warfare.  The dining establishment is a Wall E meets Terminator type of place, where giant robots greet customers and digital camo covers the walls. Part future, part past, it’s
At ATI, most of our MirroFlex structures feature the ‘BIO’, or Built In Overlap.  This unique feature was developed over time to minimize the appearance of seams and make installation easy and forgiving. With the BIO feature, ceiling tiles and wall panels have a flat edge that extends beyond the texture across the top and right side. 
Background: Dunes Village Resort opened in 2006 and has since become the premier family-friendly attraction in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina featuring family activities and panoramic views of white sand beaches. When remodeling certain areas of the resort, interior designer Jessica Cox from Warren and Harmon Commercial Interiors, looked for a way to bring the serene
Industrial interior design has quickly become one of the most popular design styles.  This look allows for all components from furnishings and lighting to walls and floors to be boldly displayed. This theme is brutally honest, focusing on convenience, functionality, and longevity. And while this style is typically used in loft apartments, modern homes, or

EccoFlex

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Eccoflex in our world is more important than ever as we strive to be environmentally conscious and sustainable. This principle benefits everyone involved and secures a brighter future for younger generations. As an ISO 9001 and 14001 certified company, we continually seek ways to reduce our carbon footprint. Our EccoFlex structures are made from 40-50%

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