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…)
While the first kickoff (and soccer match) at Mercedes-Benz Stadium is still months away, new renderings show what one of the coliseum’s most unique public spaces will look like.
The 100 Yard Club, as the gathering place is called, will be a football field-length food hall, complete with concessions and bars open to all fans.
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39 million U.S. travelers choose a destination based on the availability of culinary activities, while another 35 million seek out culinary activities after a destination is chosen.
“The guiding theme for this facility is to imagine more,” design principal Rob O’Keefe said in a prepared statement. “We wanted to design a state-of-the-art smart building that reflects core values of the rising, tech-savvy and environmentally-focused fan base. Atlanta United’s home base needs to suit a wide variety of needs — from those of the players and the employees behind the team to fans and community members. Our firm brings a depth of experience to this complex design, and we’re excited to create a training facility that embodies the essence of Atlanta United’s brand and culture.”
This vibrant public relations firm is comprised of energetic employees who are passionate about their work. It was critical for the first impression of the space to make a bold statement reinforcing the agency’s brand.
The reception area welcomes guest and employees with a powerful geometric design move that cannot be overlooked. The reception area establishes a sleek design language that incorporates deep orange pops of color against white and black backgrounds giving the space a recognizable identity.
It was a priority to provide the client with inviting spaces that serve as incubators for collaboration, brainstorming sessions and creativity. The final design composition supports a hybrid environment of workplace tools and technology with peer interaction, communication and collaboration.
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The ASID Georgia Design Excellence Awards are held annually to recognize design community trailblazers for achievements that improve our daily lives. This year, Patricia Richey, Paula Carr Wideman and Elizabeth Levine were nominated for Interior Design’s HiP Awards at NeoCon (Honoring Industry People).