When it comes to design, we often think of it as a crucial element in homes, hotels, and restaurants, but curated design can be a powerful tool for medical offices and practitioners as well.
As we begin this New Year, we focus on the exciting shifts happening in restaurant architecture. Taking cues from a wide range of sources — from minimalism and material, to color and symbolism — the trends are ushering in the next decade of design excellence!
Gardner Health Services wanted to transform its downtown San Jose headquarters into a neighborhood landmark, a community beacon and a source of pride. To solve this problem, Gardner hired Artik to re-envision the building’s exterior to more closely reflect the company’s cultural diversity, as well as the neighboring communities.
Some things are worth the wait. Ask Katie Thierjung, the founder of The Uncommon Place, an online shop full of colorful pieces of flair and art prints. Earlier this year, she was “speechless” when Dunn-Edwards reached out about a potential partnership.
This October, Dunn-Edwards supported the non-profit Ladies Who Paint and their female artist-only mural festival in San Diego. Dunn-Edwards had the pleasure of supplying paint to the ten diverse artists who added beauty to San Diego’s East Village in the form of large-scale murals.
The annual spring Modernism Week show in Palm Springs kicked off Feb. 11 and lasted 11 days, offering a host of events and tours highlighting the Mid-century Modern era indicative of the Coachella Valley. As annual sponsors, Dunn-Edwards was proud to return to support many of these events and tours.
What better way to complement Hawaii’s stunning landscape than with equally beautiful interiors? Waikiki’s new Shoreline Hotel, designed by BHDM, does just that. Located a stone’s throw from Honolulu’s famous beach, the hotel’s neon, bold shades echo the island’s tropical flora and fauna and has been dubbed “the most instagrammable hotel in Hawaii."
Color is so important when it comes to brand recognition. That’s exactly why the founder of Bonjour Fête, a store that sells curated party supplies, worked with Dunn-Edwards Paints to find the ideal color to use at the new location, one which truly represents their brand.
After an extensive three-year renovation project a 19th-century former prison has been turned into Hotel Liberty – a contemporary retreat in the German city of Offenburg. Originally conceived by the German architect Heinrich Hübsch in 1840 and completed in 1845, the structure served as a jail for the city until 2009.
This hotel comprises a series of artistically transformed quasi-historic buildings from the 1950’s.