Iron sculptures climb the wall to success at this Tampa employment company.
Dr. Seuss provides a warm and inviting welcome to students, faculty and parents at this South Tampa private school.
This Sarasota church wanted their pre-fab building to appear warm and inviting, while maintaining a transitional appeal and sound blocking.
The sanctuary contained no windows, so we used acoustical wall covering and created faux windows. Warm gold tones with accents of blue provided the color palette.
The bold blue, orange and green of this company's logo was used as the design impetus in the renovation of this Tampa software business. Pops of the bright colors inject the office interiors with energy.
In designing the headquarters for this Tampa call center, we utilized the company logo colors to reinforce their brand, while creating a unified and pleasant work environment for their many employees. Motivational quotes appear in work areas. An exterior renovation also provided employees a calm respite, complete with a courtyard and fountains.
It is no wonder they won The Tampa Chamber of Commerce Small Business of the Year in 2012 (the year this project was completed)!
The Tampa headquarters for this self-improvement company requested a unique, dramatic environment that would energize and excite. We used deconstructed, upholstered furniture and designed handmade string letter signage that shines against a monochromatic royal blue background to provide the desired "WOW!" factor.
The Tampa headquarters of this transformer company features a gray suede wall and various shades of gray that serve as the perfect backdrop for their contemporary space. Since lighting is their business, dramatic fixtures abound.
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The North Port Branch of the Sarasota Library System renovated and updated their layout and color scheme.