Archive: Oct 2015

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Winchester Mansion

    There’s no shortage of haunted house attractions this time of the year. Dark foggy mazes filled with goblins, monsters, and ghostly aberrations seem to be the go-to activity for those brave souls wanting an extra fright around All Hallow’s Eve. But this season’s creepiest haunted houses are no match for one authentically twisted California residence. […]

    Read more
  2. Impactful Entry Space: Mira Moon

    In this Impactful Entry Space blog series, we will feature a designer or artist that has created an attention-grabbing design for the main lobby space of a building. Drawing inspiration from completed entry spaces around the world, we travel beyond the image by diving into the design process and concepts behind it. Today, we feature our interview […]

    Read more
  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Revising the Past

    Since the Industrial Era created a new sense of curiosity for what the future holds, people have been imagining what life would have been like if these new technologies were with us all along. In fact, there has been a rising trend known as “Steampunk” that attempts to encapsulate this exact concept. From conventions to […]

    Read more
  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Growing Van Gogh

    Recreating one of Van Gogh’s paintings by hand would be quite a feat in and of itself. Trying to replicate the exact brush strokes and hues that comprise his famous works would be extremely painstaking and tedious. But how about recreating his art with unpredictable nature as the medium?  Can it even be done? Surprisingly, […]

    Read more
  5. Impactful Entry Space: McCamish Pavilion

    In this Impactful Entry Space blog series, we will feature a designer or artist that has created an attention-grabbing design for the main lobby space of a building. Drawing inspiration from completed entry spaces around the world, we travel beyond the image by diving into the design process and concepts behind it. Today, we feature our interview […]

    Read more
  6. Thursday Salute to Originals: The Color of Time

    Time can be measured many different ways. You can look at your watch or phone of course, but you can also track the sun’s path across the sky, watch the tides fade in and out, even count the rings of a tree (although you might be waiting around awhile if you go that route).  But […]

    Read more
  7. Thursday Salute to Originals: Colors Anonymous

    One of the best parts about going back to school was always that fresh new box of crayons. The Burnt Siennas, Cornflower Blues and Carnation Pinks neatly sharpened, unbroken, and nestled in their respective slots, just beckoning to fill pages of the coloring book with their glorious hues. But what if when you went to […]

    Read more