April 26, 2017 |
MA+ Architecture, LLC recently sent us these great photos of a project they completed for the Canadian Valley Technology Center in El Reno, Oklahoma. The Canadian Valley Technology Center originally opened in 1970, but was heavily damaged in 2013 by the largest ever tornado, extending 2.6 miles wide and packing 295 mph winds.
Over the past 4 years, MA+ Architecture partnered with TRI-KES and other suppliers to rebuild the Canadian Valley Technology Center campus. With a large number of concrete columns from the original campus still in place after the rubble was cleared away, MA+ Architecture faced the challenge of designing over 50% of the new space in an existing structure. Most of the spaces were completely reorganized to better accommodate the various programs and their needs.
According to CVTech, a student, after seeing their new space, told their teacher, “Wow, they really do care about us” and an instructor said, “It’s like I can’t even remember the temporary facility we...
April 13, 2017 |
Escape into another dimension at the TRI-KES booth (#5129) this year at HD Expo with the ultimate virtual reality experience! And after the show on Thursday, 5/4 from 4:30-6:30 p.m., we invite you to escape reality with us at the Aureole by Charlie Palmer, which is famously known for its four-story wine tower and flying wine angels, who gracefully "fly" up and down the tower to retrieve bottles.
Click here to reserve your VIP virtual reality experience as well as to get on the party guest list.
April 6, 2017 |
Source One recently introduced four great-looking new upholstery patterns, including a linen texture, a multicolored stripe, a leather grain and a classic velvet. Scroll down below to check out each of these new upholstery patterns for yourself.
Align is a simple linen texture with an interesting emboss.
Fuse features a layered, multicolored stripe.
King has the look of a pearlescent leather grain.
Legacy Velvet is a classic velvet with a nice, soft hand.
March 29, 2017 |
Inspired by the Highline park in New York City, our Highline design is a textural fretwork of layers and intersections, lines and channels, forming a bridge-like grid silhouette. Similar to the historic rail line that constructed the original elevated tracks of the Highline esplanade, our geometric surface design criss-crosses and connects, composing a complex system of sheen and brilliance.
Shown from top center left: Silver Rubik's Cubes, the Highline park in NYC, Gatsby mirrored cube table, silver pleated skirt, Sou Fujimoto Inhabitable Nomatic Structure for Parisian Art Fair, bronze floor length pleated pant by Barbara Casasola, Detail of Sou Fujimoto's Inhabitable Nomatic Structure for Parisian Art Fair.
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March 22, 2017 |
Our two newest designs from the Source One Naturals collection, Glist and Plantation, both feature interesting weaves that create a unique, natural design. Glist (featured above) is a horizontal mica design inlaid with twine to create a high-end crushed-stone effect, while Plantation (featured below) is a woven banana-bark design with an inlaid-wood look.
Our Source One Naturals collection features a variety of unique, natural looks, including designs constructed of bamboo, burlap, cellulose, cork, jute, mica, natural leaves, paper weaves, rushcloth, silk and sisal. In addition, most of these items are biodegradable and rapidly renewable. If you're looking for natural product, you are bound to find what you're looking for in Source One Naturals.