The average business park or commercial structure tends to present a uniform look designed to accommodate and appeal to a variety of tenants. While the installation of fixtures and the ability to make modifications to the interior is of vital importance to a tenant, it is also just as important to apply changes to the exterior of the building, to windows and entryways specifically to visually define the space for customers and clients.
We’re pretty excited to talk about the completion of one of our most recent projects. Meow Wolf Santa Fe has garnered national acclaim for it’s launch more than a year ago and draws visitors and locals alike to wonder and explore the “Immersive Experience”. Rooms and artist installations change our views of design and challenge perspective of our world.
We love the rain in the southwest. In fact, we count on it for a good portion of the annual rainfall in the summer months. Winter snows in the mountains and throughout northern New Mexico count for much of the balance each year. But as anyone who has lived here for a year soon discovers, weather can come in with a blast and often does! High winds, dramatic temperature changes, downpours and hail are common, with ensuing floods and sometimes dangerous conditions.
Have you marked your calendars?! The Annual Home Show is at the Santa Fe Convention Center March 11th and 12th. That’s THIS weekend!
We’re going to encourage you to think outside the box, and we’ll help you get there. We’ll take your patio cover idea and turn it into fabulous shade sails that will cover that large area with elegance and drama.
Happy New Year one and all! 2015 has been a year of challenges, development and found us opportunities to create fabric solutions on a scale that has been exciting.
More than two thousand years ago, awnings were used by the Syrians and the ancient Egyptians. Made of woven reeds, the awnings were sometimes free-standing on poles to shade market stalls, to create shaded areas on river boats plying their trade on the Nile, and built out from doorways and portals. The Romans designed large retractable linen awnings to shelter huge public seating areas.