Pittman & Brooks
Three-stage office design and remodel for accounting firm.
Goal: Extensive, three-stage building remodel and interior design project to upgrade work spaces, add a daycare center, and add a two-story lobby and office area.
- Interior upgrades including new carpet, paint, lighting and ceiling material, casework and millwork, custom furniture, plants, artwork and accessories in the lobby and waiting area, main conference room, and president's office, and the addition of a built-in workstation.
- Created an inviting and happy space for the children of employees and clients, including a kitchen with ample storage, two sinks, appliances, and pass-through into the play area; a children's sink and counter space; areas for projects, reading, playing, sleeping, and eating; an infant room; and restroom. Design included ample storage for toys, sleeping mats, diaper changing table, clothes, and project reading materials. The materials used included custom carpet, patterned tile, custom casework and millwork, lighting and ceiling, curved soffits and carpet borders, window coverings, wall covering, fixtures, and hardware.
- The two-story north lobby addition includes casework and millwork, carpet, stone, lighting, faux finishing and paint, plant material, restroom design, and furniture.
- Provided all conceptual and working drawings and technical specifications for each project.
- Successfully integrated designs with the existing building while working within challenging building codes.
- Chose design themes that enhance the company’s image, integrated new colors and finishes with existing finishes, and provided space planning expertise.
Quote: "We have been extremely satisfied with the work of sundeleaf + associates and have used their services for all of our projects. We appreciate their creativity and commitment, and we would never consider using anyone else for our interior design projects. We highly recommend using sundeleaf for anyone who needs interior design and planning services." Randy Brooks, Pittman and Brooks owner.