SHELBY - CLEVELAND COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT, Shelby NC
Interior Design Consultant for The City of Shelby, NC. Architect: MBAJ Architecture.
An integral part of the current economic development plan for Cleveland County, North Carolina, the 5,000sq ft airport terminal building was officially opened in September 2010. As the main gateway to the City of Shelby for a number of corporations currently located in the area and for those looking for potential business locations, it was important to create the right first impression for both corporate executives and pilots by ...
Brand showing the Center's logo designed into the tile floor and use of the logo color scheme.
The Earl Scruggs Center: Music & Stories from the American South opened in early 2014 and celebrates the rich cultural history and heritage of Cleveland County reflective of the American South through the lens of the life of Cleveland County native Earl Scruggs. Access to the Museum is via the small retail/information/ticket center that is housed in a former Well House situated on the historic Court square at the entrance to the Museum. A small space with a multi-function, ...
The concept for the design of this industrial space was derived from a 7-degree angle off-axis shift discovered while studying the floor plan. This angle was then applied on differing planes throughout the interior for wall graphics, floor patterns and the proportions of the custom designed reception desk and floating reflector clouds over the studio space. Shades of red, gray and white reflect the company Corporate colors.
Freespace Design specialises in the small business office up fit, keeping within in a fixed budget by using a good bit of creative thinking and the occasional venture into "IKEA" Hacking with a bit of recycling thrown in where possible.
Interior Design Consultant.
New Executive Office spaces and conference room.
Building exterior and interior vestibule design for IT company. The concept and branding was inspired by clients logo and takes into consideration both the industrial and historical nature of the building by designing a scheme that preserved the remains of the original signage and the use of industrial materials. The clients corporate color scheme was employed for maximum impact taking advantage of the corner site location.