The Taubman Center
Taubman Centers creates extraordinary retail environments for shoppers, merchants, communities, and investors with a portfolio of coast-to-coast high-end malls. In order to maintain its image as the unsurpassed retail leader, 16 properties were chosen for physical enhancements. The goal was to…
Longwood Gardens is the world’s premier horticultural display garden with acres of gardens, woodlands and meadows. Its long-awaited East Conservatory was unveiled recently to serve as a spectacular showcase for Longwood’s horticultural expertise. This prestigious display garden sought to move and install 75 exotic and highly valuable large palms, cycads, ferns and trees into the newly restored conservatory…
Baltimore’s National Aquarium
The National Aquarium in Baltimore draws nearly 1.6 million visitors a year. Last year, it opened a highly anticipated new exhibit: Animal Planet Australia: Wild Extremes. In order to recreate an authentic experience, it was necessary to plant more than 150 indigenous large trees and plants in the exhibit rock structures and cliffs. Since the building was not suited for such an installation, this was a daunting challenge.
Palm Beach Community College
Palm Beach Community College understood the appeal of plants in educational environments, and wanted to use them to create a positive learning atmosphere for students and visitors to the newly built student center. Considering the health and safety needs of the student population as well as creating a pleasant, inviting space were foremost in the minds of the student center designers.
An Infiniti dealership wanted a showroom with a casual, fun atmosphere – something totally unexpected for an auto sales office.
Located in the middle of a busy hotel lobby, the restaurant at the Renaissance offered diners virtually no privacy, nor ambiance conducive to relaxed dining. Restaurant management wanted to create a Mediterranean setting, but recognized potential constraints created by inadequate lighting, as well as a limited budget.