H2L2

Fri 03 2008

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Interior Designers, H2L2 Architects and Planners worked with the EDS in Cherry Hill, New Jersey team to help transform a vacant steel mill into more than 150,000 square feet of corporate office space with 22-foot high ceilings for its call center. The design demanded a raised floor to accommodate technological needs and modular carpet tiles constructed of Antron® carpet fiber to provide accessibility. The design team selected a medley of modular carpet styles and colors from Interface Flooring Systems to create a cityscape environment. The patterns divide the vast floor plate into defined areas linked together by “streets” and a “main avenue”. This design approach provides a “map” for its many inhabitants to comfortably navigate through the large volume of space. H2L2 Architects and Planners LLP Philadelphia

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