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Cambria Hotel | Hospitality and Leisure Case Study
In a resort destination like Madeira Beach, Florida, the hotel landscape is quite competitive. As Cambria planned a new property in this competitive market, Jacki Arena, owner and principal of Jacki Arena Interiors, felt that this property required unique flooring when compared with the standardized look and feel of other chain hotels across the country.
Epstein Becker Green | Corporate Office Case Study
Law firm Epstein Becker Green tasked Wolcott Architecture with bringing a modern feel to their traditional Los Angeles office. Designer Catie Underhill aimed to provide a floorcovering in the more frequently accessed areas that would add a modern touch while alleviating pain points of the existing carpet and marble floors.
Harleys Co. is an upscale, specialty menswear store in Milwaukee, Wisconsin owned by HH Clothing Co. During a recent retrofit of the space, designers at Three Sixty | Design Build sought to find a new floorcovering for the sales floor that matched the premium quality and elevated style of clothing brands carried by the store.
Civitas Senior Living offers 50 assisted living suites and 25 memory care apartments, lending ease to everyday living. With the Sunnyvale location offering the best in distinctive living, blending both modern and traditional styles. Designers sought a hygienic, durable flooring solution and incorporated colors from the Van Gogh range to compliment the architecture and match the upscale aesthetic.
Mike “Smitty” Smith is the owner, president and general contractor at Smitty’s Floors in Steubenville, Ohio. When the Catholic Community Center located next door to Smitty’s warehouse was in desperate need of repair, Smith acquired the space with the intention of restoring the local landmark. Originally built in 1873, the goal was to update the community center to be a suitable gymnasium for youth wrestling matches, basketball games and other athletic activities, transforming it into the “Sportatorium” he had long envisioned.