Bridgestone Innovation Center

This innovation center design for Bridgestone is nothing less then ,well, innovative. It captures the clients need of technology and flexibility. All furniture, product displays, walls , etc need to be easily movable to accommodate multiple uses. The space is intended for designers and engineers to be a creative and innovative. The furniture works for…

Our Design Process: Color Finals

Our Color Finals are the culmination of working with our clients through the entire design process. Color Finals reflect feedback from our intial Inspiration Studies, choices made in response to our Floor Plan Concepts,¬†input and direction after seeing both our White Study and Color rough concepts. These Color Finals represent final material and graphic choices,…

Our Design Process: Color Roughs

Color Roughs create an opportunity to explore rough geometry with loose material and graphic usage. As a follow-up to White Studies & Floor Plan Concepts, these “Color Roughs” really start to show off where this design concept is headed. Depending on size, scope and deadlines these may include minimal or incomplete lighting, along with unrefined…

Our Design Process: White Studies

B&W’s or “White Studies” provide an opportunity to show the evolution of a concept, from a 3-dimensional standpoint. By creating these rough designs in the computer, we are able to provide multiple perspectives while positioning ourselves to move quickly into the next phase of design, which is typically the “Color Rough” phase. These “White Studies”…

Our Design Process: Floor Plans

Early in the design process, we make a point of exploring functional and aesthetic floor plan concepts to ensure we are taking into account all of the project criteria, with an eye on how this might evolve 3-dimensionally. This step makes a point of organizing all of the functional needs, while exploring intangible criteria (ie:…