The Omni Coliseum was a tvsdesign original and Atlanta staple from 1972 – 1997. At 377,000 sf, the multi-purpose facility seated 16,500 people for sports and similar floor events. Highly flexible, it played host to concerts, circuses, ice shows, and sporting events, with excellent visibility for all. Visit the AJC for their vault of throwback photos of the Omni, and see ours below.
The American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and tvsdesign are pleased to announce Steven Clem, ASID, FAIA, tvsdesign principal, as the 2017 ASID Designer of Distinction. Presented annually, this award honors an ASID professional member who has established a body of superior work demonstrating creativity, excellence, and innovation. This is the premier award for personal achievement and social consciousness in the interior design profession. (more…)
The Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Training Ground featured as a project spotlight in Engineering Georgia. Article by Nikki Welch. (more…)
Sport and entertainment venue design in Atlanta specifically answers a cry for designing our communities as compelling, memorable places for residents, guests and our professional sports teams. Read more about how stadiums and training facilities can foster community from tvsdesign Principal Mark Carter in the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
“Immediately upon entering Mattress Firm’s new 130,000-sf BEDQuarters building, the fact that the company deals in mattresses is on full display. The statement lobby has a front desk decorated with bed coils, puffy, cloud-like pendants hang from the ceiling, and wayfinding signage inspired by the company’s Comfort by Color theme to direct visitors and team members alike”. – Read the rest of the story here.
Mattress Firm chose tvsdesign to help consolidate two corporate locations into one in southwest Houston, Texas. The decision to consolidate headquarters was spurred by Mattress Firm’s fast-paced growth, along with a strategy to align the company’s brand identity with its organizational culture. (more…)
Better by Design, the Brand & Culture Committee’s part in the greater 2017 “Firm Fitness” initiative, aims to give employees the tools they need to make them healthier, happier and by default, more productive. (more…)
So far, 2017 has been all about “Firm Fitness” for tvsdesign. Our new President, Janet Simpson, has taken significant steps to strategically position our firm through what we’re calling the Firm Fitness Plan – a comprehensive business strategy keeping us agile and focused on a shared vision. One element of this initiative is fostering a culture of innovation and support. As an employee-owned company, this part is important to us because each interaction on the job directly contributes to the overall health of our firm. (more…)
Tickets and hotel are booked, bags are packed and all that’s left to do is find a good read. Maybe you’re into something a little more stimulating than the next Twilight page-turner but don’t know where to look. Don’t worry, friends! We’ve asked our designers to name some of the best books about design so that you can enjoy a read that leaves you with something substantial rather than fatigue from rolling your eyes at cheesy dialogue. (more…)
Our designers complete projects with the client and good design in mind, but sometimes that good design is appealing for some unexpected additional clients: the film industry. In fact, tvsdesign spaces have appeared in more than 70 movies and TV shows in recent years. While it can sometimes be difficult to spot the space, we’ve isolated work in six different films that you may recognize. (more…)