Valley Forge Fabric Office by Stantec, Fort Lauderdale – Florida

March 17th, 2017 by retail design blog

Stantec has designed the new offices of textile company Valley Forge Fabric, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The family-owned Valley Forge Fabrics is passionate about their heritage. The brother/sister management team puts their employees first and wanted to give them a new space that would improve their general wellbeing in every sense. Stantec created an inspiring, creative and healthy environment for the company’s employees. With a neutral base palette, the company’s fabric is showcased as the interior’s star and delivers a sense of place.

Grays and whites are offset with pops of fuchsia, red, orange, purple and peacock colors throughout the open work areas, conference rooms and offices. “We wanted to design a visually appealing and inspiring setting, as well as a functional environment, because at the end of the day, Valley Forge employees need a space where they can do their best work,” said interior designer Barbara Savage, senior associate at Stantec’s Miami office. “We implemented playful elements including an indoor soccer field and slide, while also incorporating custom designed standing work counters with space to roll out fabrics.”

Unique Design Details:
-Fabric tubes used as design feature in reception area and conference hall
-Bold, continuous stripes of color that begin on the wall and carry across the floor, carpet, and any element that lies in its path – including the restroom
-Ottomans representing Valley Forge’s trademarked Huesteria color palette are used as a décor item throughout the space
-Yoga room, gym and soccer field on the second floor mezzanine

Design: Stantec
Photography: Barry Grossman

https://officesnapshots.com/2017/03/10/valley-forge-fabric-offices-fort-lauderdale/

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