Coldwell Banker Caine set out to restructure how their real estate companies work in this advanced technological age. The company also strives to be a partner in the community. Their solution: Real Estate Galleries. These spaces offer their agents a temporary "home base" to meet clients and productively work, while also serving as function space for artists and other community groups. Each gallery offers a Tech Bar where agents can perch for a few hours between meetings, as well as private office space, lounge meeting space and conferening areas.
Butler Road Conference
Butler Road Lobby
Butler Road Kitchen
Main Street Gallery
Main Street Tech Bar
Allora / Donald Gardner Architects
The Allora and Donald A. Gardner Architects Inc. office was an anchor business at the Riverplace development in downtown Greenville, SC. One of the first of its kind during the revitalization of downtown, this building was constructed on the Reedy River and includes retail, office and condominium space. This office overlooks Main Street and the Peace Center across river. The interior design offers modern upscale styling with the same inviting feel of the City of Greenville.
River Falls Spa
Do not be mislead by its location in the "basement" of the historical Courthouse building. This spa is nothing but upscale luxury and relaxation starts from the time you enter the door. The lobby space was restored to its original grandeur and much of the original architecture still remains. Coined a "downtown destination", River Falls Spa has all of the amenities one would need to spend a day being pampered.
Focus Golf Systems
Located in the historic Brandon Mill (home of Shoeless Joe Jackson), Focus GOlf restored this otherwise run down mill building into a corporate headquarters and manufacturing plant. Now home to Dunlop Sports Group, the interiors of this building boast the original heart pine ceilings and brick walls. The second floor of the building acts as a golf club testing range. This building is the center of the revitalization of the arts district and the historic West End of Greenville.
Adega, a portuguese word for wine cellar, was the inspiration behind the design for this modern restaurant in Denver, Colorado. Although the space didn't technically have a cellar, the architect decided to bring the cellar above ground and to the center of the space. The all glass wine storage started a string of inspiration to keep things translucent. The space includes sheer drapery divisions, resin walls and bars, and carefully planned lighting to play up each material. This project was featured in Elle Decor magazine. (work completed while with Semple Brown Design)
Luna Hotel & Flow Lounge
A boutique hotel situated in the heart of downtown Denver, Luna Hotel was designed to be a slick, urban retreat for the modern jet-setter, complete with a martini lounge for late-nightcaps and Velocity coffee bar to get guests going in the morning, The finishes were very straight forward, but the design of the space relied heavily on lighting. Concealed color changing LED lighting created the mood for every time of day.