Category Archives: Design

Innovation at Greatbatch Medical

Innovation at Greatbatch Medical

This month is about being high-tech with a human side. The design team at The Baldus Company helped transform Greatbatch Medical’s Fort Wayne facility into a cutting-edge facility that acts as the catalyst of new ideas. Fitting for a company like Greatbatch Medical, who develops and manufactures medical device technologies for cardiac, neurology, vascular and orthopedic markets.

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Bleached Burlap Creates a Modern Kitchen Tradition

Bleached Burlap Creates a Modern Kitchen Tradition

Traditionally, wood elements are used in kitchen cabinetry to maintain a traditional aesthetic in a more modern design. But the Kabi team wanted to create a connection between modern and traditional—without using wood. That’s when they found Naturals 501 Bleached Burlap.

With the organic, earthy properties of the jute textile, featuring irregularities that create a random motif and texture, making every square inch unique, the Burlap collection was the perfect fit.

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Top Designs of 2014

Top Designs of 2014

It’s our year-end recap of the top 10 Lamin-Art designs for 2014!

Compared to our top 10 designs from the first half of 2014, which was a testament to designers preference of neutral and warm tones, our top designs now reflect a resurgence in the popularity of organic and raw textures.

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Case Study: Executive Mobile Office

Case Study: Executive Mobile Office

Executive travel is more stressful than ever. Today, it can take longer to fly than drive from city to city. So the executive team at a large health and wellness corporation found a better way with Creative Mobile Interiors (CMI): an executive mobile office.

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NEW! Veneer-Art Infographic

NEW! Veneer-Art Infographic

Creating Environments That Promote Health

Creating Environments That Promote Health

From reducing the average length of hospital stays to enhancing physiological wellbeing, the benefits of integrating elements like wood grains in healthcare environments are truly profound.

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Project of the Month: Abstracts, Dornbracht Inject Creativity Intono Jack London Display

Project of the Month: Abstracts, Dornbracht Inject Creativity Intono Jack London Display

Headquartered in Germany, Dornbracht is an international design-build firm that manufactures premium bathroom and kitchen fixtures. Because competitors were beginning to mimic their minimalist black displays, they wanted to add a creative touch to their traditional designs without distracting from the products on display.

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Healthcare Design Mag Publishes Autism Design White Paper

Healthcare Design Mag Publishes Autism Design White Paper

Lamin-Art’s newest white paper discusses a rising design trend and provides guidelines to create stimulating environments for autistic individuals.

Download “Impact of Interior Design on Autistic Adults and Children,” at healthcaredesignmagazine.com/AutismDesign

CHICAGO, 9/04/14 — Think of how you experience the world—it’s through touch, smell, and sight. For the 1 in 68 people born with autism, each sense is heightened so that walking into a room that isn’t designed thoughtfully can feel like a sensory minefield.

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CEU on Business Etiquette

CEU on Business Etiquette

BUSINESS ETIQUETTE FOR THE DESIGN PROFESSIONAL
Learn the do’s and don’ts of business etiquette and professionalism with Lamin-Art’s new accredited CEU course.

SCHAUMBURG, IL 09/12/13 — We are pleased to announce that our newest CEU course on business etiquette for the design professional has now been accredited by IDCEC and AIA. Attendees will earn 1.0 intermediate level credit per certification, while learning the do’s and don’ts of the business world.

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Kawneer Unifies 3 Brands with Pearlescence 2429 Vapor

Kawneer Unifies 3 Brands with Pearlescence 2429 Vapor

This month we’re featuring a stunning project by design-build firm Exhibitus, who utilized Pearlescence 2429-G Vapor to successfully unite three Alcoa brands in a cohesive and inspiring trade show exhibit, which was designed in a flowing, curved style reminiscent of the work done by architect Zaha Hadid.

“The reason we selected Pearlescence vapor was the luminescent quality,” says Renee Long, Senior Account Executive at Exhibitus. “It gave so much depth and warmth to balance and complement the other colors.”

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