Case Studies

  • Menchaca Elementary School

    When Austin ISD’s Menchaca Elementary School received the news in 2015, its original building, constructed in 1973, received a failing score on the district’s facility assessment.

  • Foundry Ridge Meadows

    Located in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Foundry Ridge Meadows is a social service and integrated health facility that helps young people and their families find the care, connection, and support they need.

  • Campus Dental

    Campus Dental near the University of British Columbia campus focuses on providing general and specialized dentistry to the University of British Columbia students, residents, employees, and faculty.

  • Femme Next Generation Women's Care

    A first-of-its-kind women’s urgent care and med spa, Femme is intentionally designed to support wellness, provide accurate diagnoses, and meet the needs of women and their families. 

  • Resplendence MedSpa

    Resplendence MedSpa in Los Angeles, California, takes beauty beyond skin deep.  

  • Wilsonart Woodgrains™ help create a healing place close to home

    Saint Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute chose Wilsonart Woodgrains as a tougher, more cleanable  and more affordable alternative to wood veneer, infusing biophilic design to create a calming care environment.

  • Inside The Naturally House

    Setting the Mood with Nature-Inspired Design

  • Brownstone Pancake Factory

    Over 45 years ago, a young couple bought a small subway car diner that grew into a very successful family business. 

  • Granger Community Church

    A Fresh Take on Sunday School Design at Granger Community Church

    Pastor Tim Stevens has no qualms about leaving some church traditions behind. “For decades the prevailing philosophy was to paint Sunday schools in plain colors, creating a subdued environment that wouldn’t get the kids too excited, so they would sit still and listen to the stories. We weren’t interested in that. We wanted an environment where the kids would be dragging parents back to church, rather than screaming when they got dropped off.”