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Presbyterian Homes Corporate Offices

Client: Presbyterian Homes-Roseville, MN

Interior Designer: Dena Erickson-Senior Lifestyle Design-Roseville, MN

Project Details: As part of their corporate office remodeling project, Presbyterian Homes was looking for a unique option for displaying prints of their senior housing properties.  They wanted to install prints in ten of their boardrooms and wanted something more than your typical framed color print.

We met with Senior Lifestyle Design interior designer, Dena Erickson, who was in charge of the artwork portion of the project to discuss the details.  She explained that they possibly wanted to print on a substrate other than paper.  From the substrates we suggested she seemed most interested in printing on maple veneer panels and implementing a frame-free installation.  Dena provided carpet, fabric and paint samples to be used for coordinating the color abstractions of the prints to the interior spaces of the boardrooms.

Design Solution: Danny Kahler and Ryan Dyer used the images provided by Presbyterian Homes to create options for the client to review.  They combined numerous images in each room to form multiple panel displays.  Some of the images would be printed on a single panel and some on multiple panels.  Each printed maple veneer panel was mounted 3/4″ Gatorboard and installed with security hardware for a clean design with no visible mounting hardware.  Shown below are the selected images used in the design, proposed design and installed display for Abstract #1.

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