Project of the Year
Milliken’s Project of the Year celebrates award-worthy designs that highlight Milliken floor covering solutions that illustrate the union of beauty and function. The goal of the internal awards program: to celebrate the hard work of designers, dealers and Milliken associates in creating meaningful design through flooring.
Milliken’s inaugural Project of the Year selection was based on the following criteria:
- Project was installed or photographed during the 2015 calendar year
- Project was selected by Milliken for either a project profile or case study
- Project celebrated the locality of the application
- Project created a significant, new brand experience for the client and its customers
Dexter Station, which features Flex Pattern Large and Transitions from Milliken’s award-winning Moment collection, was named 2015’s Project of the Year for Milliken’s first annual internal awards program. The Quarles & Brady LLP Indianapolis office, which features Op Art from the award-winning Art Media collection, has been named honoree.
Dexter Station’s 351,731-square-foot, state-of-the-art building and future home of Facebook Seattle, appeals to both the eye and intellect. The building in Seattle, Washington, is LEED certified, and its accommodating design was created to meet the unique needs of the new workforce.
“Dexter Station features a stand-out installation of our award-winning Moment collection. We were inspired by the way the design team utilized a transition pattern to create a bold, modern flooring statement, lending a futuristic aesthetic to the technology-focused corporate office. Moreover, the environmentally minded space is LEED certified. It’s an honor for Milliken floor covering to ground this space.” - Stacy Walker, director of customer experience for the Milliken floor covering division
Congratulations to Milliken Sales Associate Juliet Schwalbach and design firm LMN Architects on this incredible space.
Quarles & Brady
At Quarles & Brady LLP in Indianapolis, Indiana, the challenge was to transform a white-box office into a flexible, client-centric space that intuitively remains relevant over time, reflecting the quality of services at the national law firm. A contemporary and monochromatic color palette, grounded by Op Art, offers a fresh, light and open backdrop to adapt to changing design and work preferences.
“The design of our new Indianapolis office, which has now been recognized by a number of industry publications, has been a key to our success here in the Circle City,” said Linden Barber, Indianapolis office managing partner. “We worked closely with the design firm Chemistry in Place to achieve the look and feel we wanted. Milliken’s industry-leading floor covering is a significant part of that.”
Congratulations to Milliken Sales Associate Roxanne Carlson and design firm Chemistry in Place on creating this inspiring office environment.
Dexter Station Photos © 2015 Doug Scott, All Rights Reserved