Small New England towns are loaded with history, and Bennington, Vermont, is no exception with its beautiful old churches, historic monuments, and antique stores brimming with vintage treasures.
One historic building is home to a corner store and sandwich shop called the Elm Street Market. When the owners wanted to expand recently to accommodate their growing catering business, they called in Architect Kelly Clarke with Centerline Architects to help create a new space that would honor the history of the existing building. Read More »
The corporate break room has come a long way since workers simply gathered around a water cooler for a quick chat and drink. Today, businesses often provide dedicated spaces with comfy furniture, TVs, and refrigerators stocked with goodies. Read More »
Turning a 1920s-era garage into a trendy design studio sounds like one of those makeover challenges on TV. But that’s exactly what the team from HighCraft Builders in Old Town Ft. Collins, Colorado, pulled off. The original garage and English Revival cottage-style office were both built in 1929. Read More »
Stephanie Hunt, of Flairhunter Interior Design, is a big fan of Barn Light Electric and has used our handcrafted, American-made lights in residential and retail spaces for years. Her most recent project gave her the opportunity to put her stamp of creativity in an office environment for the first time. Read More »
Going to the dentist strikes fear in the heart of many adults. For kids, the fear can be even greater thanks to the uncertainty of what exactly will happen in that big scary chair!
When designer Terrie Day of Allure With Decor was approached about remodeling a pediatric dentist office in Medford, Oregon, she wanted to create a space where kids could feel at ease and even have some fun.
Read More »
What type of work space would an architect design for his own office?
When Michael Kollin, president and CEO of Kollin Altomare Architects, started planning a $1.25 million improvement of the firm’s corporate headquarters in Long Beach, California, he envisioned a minimalist type of industrial work space.
Read More »