Designer: CBT Architects
In collaboration with CBT Architects, our in-house studio team lead by Kyle Goderwis created two large-scale cedar sculptures for the much anticipated new Headwaters Restaurant inside the historic Heathman Hotel.
Inspired by the flow of water and using a sophisticated muted color palette, these pieces, with their texture and soothing sense of movement, add dramatic elegance to the dining space. The project scope included installation of these two massive installations which were designed specifically to separate into multiple panels for ease of transportation and then connect seamlessly back together on site.
Designer: Robin Chell Design
In collaboration with the teams at Robin Chell Design and Fish Mackay Architects, Grand Image designed and manufactured a complete art package for Mill Creek's latest residential property in Seattle's booming South Lake Union area. Once the site of a Hostess Twinkie factory, the design narrative celebrates the history of the area, employing a mercantile theme combined with sophisticated furnishings and a Pacific Northwest color palette. Grand Image curated a selection of art, along with found objects from the site, and custom commissioned pieces to tell the property's story.
Project highlights include a custom Seattle-themed chalkboard mural by artist Cory Steffen, a large-scale original painting on linen canvas depicting a serene forest landscape by Paul Ngo, an eclectic gallery wall mixing historic and contemporary art and prints, and a curated collection of vintage objects related to the building's history.
The lobby of 6100 Benaroya has a unique architectural layout that created a one-of-a-kind design challenge for our team. Using a historical map of the neighborhood to cover the entire reception facade, digital artist Katie Todaro created a customized wallcovering that emphasized key elements of the map in between steel beams which run vertically and horizontally throughout the space.
Designer: Weaver Architects and Falkin Associates
Impinj, Falkin Associates, and Grand Image joined forces to create a truly quirky and lighthearted environment for their slick office space full of technology wizards. The collection of artwork is meant to lure it’s employees and visitors to stop and think about each piece – it’s content, media and story, ultimately giving a rest from technology and screens. Inspired by the names for the office's whimsically themed collaboration and meeting spaces, a 40’ wide Cascade mountain scape with mystical creatures hidden in the details, can be found on the 14th floor.