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Prioritizing Flexibility in Interior Design | Green Leaf + Acrylic (Fusion)
These days, we’re asked to be more flexible than ever. As are our work and home lives, so is commercial and architectural design. Switching up our schedules and our spaces on the fly is an essential part of everyday life. Despite this, many of us encounter barriers when seeking change. Refreshing an interior that has
Pantone Color of the Year 2019 - Living Coral
Each year, Pantone’s color experts select a color of the year. While designers all over the world always look forward to Pantone’s announcement, the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year is generating a tremendous amount of buzz all on its own. This year, they’ve chosen a lively-yet-mellow hue named Living Coral (or 16-1546, if you
Custom Artwork + White Gloss Aluminum, Cresta Shopping Centre
Commercial elevators face an extraordinary amount of daily wear and tear. They are as ubiquitous in our daily lives as they are taken for granted.  Each morning, countless individuals take elevators down from apartments and up into office buildings. They are a regular fixture in our routines. Despite the prevalence of elevators in our daily
In recent years, more and more people have turned to direct digital printing for their large format needs. This method of printing has taken the world by storm due to its many advantages that typically outweigh other forms of printing. Compared to other methods, digital printing provides high-quality, low-quantity economical options for its clients. This method
Let’s Be Clear Architects and interior designers love to use translucent materials in commercial and residential spaces for its ability to blend into the design of almost any room without blocking light. Translucent design elements can include wall panels, retail displays, and room dividers as well as cabinet inserts and furnishings. While colors and finish material trends
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
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
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