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About Us

Our Projects

06 Our Story 08 Our Mission 10 Our Values 12 Our History 14 Our Team in the Community 16 Clients | Retail 18 References

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Our Process 24 Services 26 Design Phases 28 Invisioning

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The Halal Guys Four Seasons | Houston IKI Japan King Ranch RIDE Indoor Cycling 3009 Post Oak A Ma Maniére Olive & Vine


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Our Story

We are a group of designers, architects, innovators, dog lovers, problem-solvers and adventurers. We’re inquisitive and inventive, asking questions and finding better ways to create beautiful spaces that just make sense. We believe the essence of design is people, and there’s nothing we love more. Our expertise is in creating spaces that support people, solve their problems and empower their visions. It’s our commitment to our clients’ success, our understanding of their needs, and our investment in their people that leads to great design. We take an unconventional approach to each project, seeing things differently and innovating as we go. Our unique office environment and culture makes for a happy team engaged in building real relationships while producing inspired, refined work of the highest quality. We walk an intentional line between excitement and diligence, celebrating the little things and working hard for the big ones. Our clients enjoy the support of our whole office and a start-to-finish experience that is unforgettably fun, yielding a result that’s beautiful and useful.

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OUR STORY

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Our Mission

To transform the client experience in design and architecture by creating smart, human-centered spaces achieved through a dedicated partnership with our expert team. OUR MISSION

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Our Values

Respect

Curiosity

Above all else, we treat our clients, peers and each other with the utmost respect. We lift each other up with compassion and sincerity, creating a network of support and caring for ourselves and those with whom we work by being genuinely good, real people.

Each project is an opportunity to showcase our creativity and hone our skills. Beyond listening, we always ask “why.” We’re problemsolvers at heart, never content with the way things were done before and always looking to the future.

Opportunity

Excellence

In our organization, everyone has a voice and every idea is respected, creating an open environment that encourages learning. We pursue diversity in our team, our work and our experiences, welcoming exploration and change as vessels for improvement.

We provide a highly personal client experience that consistently exceeds expectations and leaves an enduring impression. Our clients choose us for our trustworthiness, our personality, our service and our ability to put people first while doing great work.

Good Stewardship We represent the best interests of everyone impacted by our projects. By using sustainable practices, supporting the development of our team, and conducting business with integrity, we create a lasting legacy for ourselves and a better experience for our clients. OUR VALUES

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Our History 1997

— James W. O’Neill formed Architecture + Interiors Interior Architecture Honor Award AIA Houston - Loomis Fargo & Co.

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2002

2004

Design is Good Business Award | Business Week/Architecture Record/ AIA Texas | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

2005

— Interior Design Awards Healthcare - First Place | ASID/Houston Chronicle | Texas Children’s Hospital | West Tower

— Excellence for Design-Build Projects | Texas Contractors Magazine | University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Prevention Building

— Joint venture with FKP Architects

— Firm name changed to Facilities Design International

Design Excellence Award | First Place | IIDA/Texas Oklahoma Chapter | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center & West Tower

1999

The Top 10 Most Innovative | Facilities in Healthcare | Center for Innovation in Health Facilities | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

Excellence in Construction Award | Associated Building Contractors | University of Texas M.D. Anderson | Ambulatory Clinical Building

Healthcare Environment Award | Ambulatory Care - First Place | Contract Magazine | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

Best Healthcare Project & Best of Construction for Healthcare over $15m | Texas Construction Magazine | University of Texas M.D. Anderson Ambulatory Clinical Building

— Design Award Winners First Place SMPS - Special Market Brochure SMPS - Special Events Piece

2000

— Best of 2000 Awards | Mechanical/ Electrical | Award of Excellence | F.W. Dodge Texas Construction | Albert B. Alkek Building Best of 2000 Awards | Outstanding Renovation/Restoration Project | F.W. Dodge Texas Construction | Rice University Keck Hall American School and University Architectural Portfolio Competition | Rice University Citation | Howard Keck Hall

2001

— Architect of the Year Award | Excellence in Construction | American Subcontractors Association | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

APEX Award | AGC of America | PetroCosm Interior Design Awards | Healthcare First Place ASID/Houston Chronicle | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

ASHE/AIA AAH | Project Team Award | Honorable Mention | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center, West Tower, Feigin Center and Abercrombie

2003

2006

— Firm name changed to O’Neill & Associates Interior Architecture Honor Award | AIA Houston | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center Interior Design Awards | Commercial, Healthcare | Honorable Mention | ASID | Texas Children’s Hospital | Feigin Center

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Excellence Award | Design-Build Institute of America | University of Texas M.D. Anderson | Ambulatory Clinical Building

Interior Architecture Honor Award AIA Houston | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | Texas Children’s Hospital | Clinical Care Center

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Firm Name Changes to O’Neill Hill, & Associates

— Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | University of Texas M.D. Anderson | Ambulatory Clinical Building

2008

— Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | MHSW | Heart & Vascular Institute


2009

— Beacon Award for Critical Care Excellence | American Association of Critical Care Nurses | Children’s Hospital of Orange Co. Best Higher Education/Research Project Texas Construction Magazine Texas Children’s Hospital Feigin Center Dissolve joint venture with FKP Firm name changed to Inventure Design

2010

— Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | Texas Children’s Hospital Feigin Center Laboratory of the Year | Honorable Mention | R&D Magazine | Texas Children’s Hospital Feigin Center

2011

— Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | Rice University BioScience Research Collaborative

2012

— Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | Texas Children’s Hospital | Pavilion for Women

2013

2014

— Facility Awards of Excellence | IFMA Houston Chapter | Small Sized Project Huntsman Landmark Award | Houston Business Journal | Inventure Design Corporate Office

2015

— SMPS Houston Design Award Most Liked Award

2016

— Good Brick Award | Preservation Houston | Excellence in Historic Preservation Facility Awards of Excellence | IFMA Houston Chapter | Small Sized Project | Armadillo Financial/Johnson Law Group

— Firm has offices in Houston, Dallas, Tulsa, & Nashville BUILD 2018 Architecture Awards | Best Corporate Architecture Firm - West South Central States CRE’s Best Places to Work 2018 Real Estate Forum

2019

— Houston Business Journal Best Places to Work As part of a full firm rebrand our firm name changed to Inventure Raymond A. Romero named Managing Principal The Best Is Yet to Come!

BUILD 2016 Architecture Awards | Interior Design Firm of the Year - Texas | Best for Healthcare Architecture & Interior Design Best Places to Work | Houston Business Journal | Finalist for 10 to 100 Employees in 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016

2017

— BUILD 2017 Architecture Awards | Architecture Design | Firm of the Year Texas

— Firm purchases building & relocates into new office

Firm Celebrates 20 Year Anniversary

IIDA Pinnacle Award | Medium-sized Firm

Facility Awards of Excellence | IFMA Houston Chapter | Medium Sized Project - Cemex

Facility Awards of Excellence | IFMA Houston Chapter | Small Sized Project The Center | Medium Sized Project - LLOG

2018

Fast 100 | Houston Business Journal

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Our Team in the Community

Inventure firmly believes in supporting community-based endeavors that foster growth and enrichment. Inventure finds philanthropy involvement and stewardship a top priority. Allocating time and resources to enriching our community is a task that we feel is worthwhile. Our employees support various causes throughout the year. Causes that we are highlighting this year include: • Friends with Down Syndrome • Rescued Pets Movement • Houston Furniture Bank • The YMCA

Employees take pride in the notion that Inventure puts the community at the forefront.

In addition to these philanthropic causes, our employees also contribute to the design and architecture profession. They are encouraged to join multiple organizations that foster professional growth and leadership in the industry. These include • AIA • IIDA • USGBC • HYPE • TAID • CIDQ • CREW • NAIOP • EDAC • ACRP

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Clients | Retail

The Halal Guys Toyota Center | Goose Island Bar Juicewell Peace Love Wax Harmonic Ventures IKI Japan

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Island Grill Ted’s Cafe Escondido Flash Dental RIDE Indoor Cycling King Ranch Saddle Shop A Ma Maniere

Olive & Vine Adam Aleksander ACS Flooring Chara Dance Academy 3009 Post Oak


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References

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Corporate

Retail

MARKEL

THE HALAL GUYS

Sarah Lever Analyst 1330 Post Oak Blvd., Suite 1100 Houston, Texas 77027 T 713.812.0800 MCDERMOTT

Mo Walker 757 North Eldridge Parkway Houston, Texas 77002 T 832.729.5238

Masroor Fatany 708 Main Street, 10th Floor Houston, Texas 77002 T 281.701.7477 IKI JAPAN

Arturo Mateos Bay 5115 Westheimer, #C3550 Houston, Texas 77056 T 281.389.8988

ENERGY TRANSFER

John Hubbert 1300 Main St. Houston, Texas 77002 T 713.408.0706 CATERPILLAR

Carl Lippke 10203 Sam Houston Park Drive Houston, Texas 77064 T 713.895.2345 DAIKIN

Lister Carbon 19001 Kermier Road Waller, Texas 77484  T 678.749.2094 CEMEX

Ed Prins 10100 Katy Fwy Unit 3000 Houston, Texas 77043  T 561.445.9476

KING RANCH

William J. Gardiner Three Riverway, Suite 1600 Houston, Texas 77056 T 832.681.5739 FOUR SEASONS

Tom Segesta 1300 Lamar Street Houston, Texas 77010 T 713.652.6200 MUSTANG CATERPILLAR

Jerry Young 12800 Northwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77040 T 713.452.7775

Landlord LINCOLN PROPERTY COMPANY

Kevin Higgins 5333 Westheimer Rd. Suite 850 Houston, Texas 77056 T 281.875.7800 TANGLEWO OD PROPERTY GROUP

Henry Hagendorf 5444 Westheimer Rd Suite 1435 Houston, Texas 77056 T 713.439.0373 MADISON MARQUETTE

Angelina Stone 1000 Main St, Suite 2400 Houston, Texas 77002 T 713.209.5737

Experiential Design VALLOUREC

Trina Rauscher-Cooper 2107 CityWest Blvd Houston, Texas 77042 T 713.479.3212 ARKANSAS CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL

Trisha Montague Senior Vice President montaguepa@archildrens.org T 479.725.2965 NABHOLZ CONSTRUCTION

Josh Rhea Project Manager josh.rhea@nabholz.com T 918.632.7224 M 918.606.9382 VAST BANK

Doug Dejarnette SVP, Director of Private Banking dougdejarnett@bankvnb.com T 918.524.3646

Health + Science M.D. ANDERSON

Ms. Janet Sisolak Director, Strategic Facility Development at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center 6900 Fannin, Suite 1010 Houston, Texas 77030 T 713.794.5852 MEMORIAL HERMANN NORTHEAST

Tracy Smith Sare Lead Project Manager 929 Gessner, Suite 2600 Houston, Texas 77024 T 713.242.2751 HARRIS COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT

Mr. Ronald Johnson VP Architecture and Planning 2525 Holly Hall St. Houston, Texas 77054 T 713.566.6890

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Process


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Services

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Workplace

Architecture + Design

• Evaluation of Furniture Standards

• Building Evaluations

• Catalog Current Inventory

• Test Fits & Space Planning

• Furniture Selection • Furniture Mock-Ups • Furniture Bidding & Specifications • Executive Furniture Consultation • Custom Furniture & Carpet Design • Room Accessories & Finishes • Art Consultation & Coordination • Workplace Strategy • Change Management

• Site Tour & Selection • Estimates & Schedules • Programming • 3-D Visualization • Documentation & Construction Reviews • Finish Board Presentations • Code, Zoning & Planning Studies • Access Security & Technology Needs • Urban Design Studies • Feasibility/Lending Packages • LEED Coordination

Landlord • Building BOMA calculations, database, setup and maintenance • Building Re-measurements • Lease Exhibits • Space Available Exhibits • Area Calculation Exhibits • Lobby Renovations • Common Corridors + Restroom Renovations • Conference + Amenity Space Additions • Fitness Centers • Tenant Design Services:

Health + Science

Experiential

• Master Planning

• Environmental Graphics

• Programming

• Graphic Design

• Medical Planning

• Wayfinding & Signage

• Laboratory Planning

• Identity & Brand Development

• Equipment Planning

• Information Design

• Code & Planning Feasibility Studies

• Donor Recognition

• Existing Facility Review

• Merchandise Design

• Project / Construction Management • Facility Handbooks: Finishes & Furniture

• Print Design • User Experience & User Interface

• Facility Standards

Initial Programming + Test Fit Design Development + Pricing Package Construction Documents Construction Administration

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Design Phases

Programming

Schematic Design

Design Development

• Establish Project Objectives

• Develop Initial Plans, Incorporating Programming Guidelines

• Implement Design Direction & Solidify Project Intent

• Coordinate Overall Concept with Building Requirements, Systems Integration & Regulatory Code Enforcement

• Select Finish Materials

• Set Guidelines for Planning, Design & Budgets • Interview Organizational Leaders to Gather and Compile Personnel Requirements & Departmental Requirements

• Present Furniture Layout, Finishes & Design Concepts • Review Cost Data, Create Budget & Schedule • Inspect & Document Existing Building Conditions

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• Create Final Plans • Review Budget & Maintain Project Schedule


Contract Documents

Bidding

Construction Administration

• Finalize Building Systems

• Solicit & Review Contractor Bids

• Document Design Decisions

• Review Contractor Requirements

• Coordinate Consultants

• Review Construction Budget Schedule

• Visit the project premises on a regular basis to ensure progress and quality of work

• Create Documents to Obtain Building Permits

• Review and process contractor submittals and RFIs • Review and provide recommendations to any request for change order • Prepare and distribute punch our list

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Invisioning InVisioning was developed to help our clients with the design process throughout the lifecycle of a project. Through the use of object based CAD software, we are working in 3D at all times, even during preliminary Test-Fits. As a result, we are able to show our clients how the space will look in 3D at a stage when decisive decision making will quicken the overall process.

RENDERING

As the preliminary drawings progress, we are able to modify and update the 3D views as changes are requested to allow the client to walkthru the space and view updates in real time. When the design becomes finalized, we use a software package in-house that gives a photorealistic view of the design and implements the actual finishes. This powerful software, used by Sony and Pixar, allows clients to actually ‘see’ the final space. The last phase of inVisioning is the use of a tablet-based application that allows the client to have the final working drawings and images linked to the actual CAD-based information model. This app gives the client and the contractor the ability to access a complete set of current drawings with the touch of a finger. Using touch based controls, the app allows simple navigation around and through the workspace.

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REALITY


INVISIONING

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Projects Retail


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SIZE

BUD GET

Ella Blvd. - 1,963 sf

Ella Blvd. - Withheld

609 Main - 1,792 sf

SERVICES

609 Main - Withheld Interior Architecture

COMPLETION

609 Main - In Progress Ella Blvd. - 2019

The Halal Guys

The Halal Guys is a halal fast-casual restaurant franchise that began as halal carts on the southeast and southwest corners of 53rd Street and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan, New York City.

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OPPOSITE

3D rendering of 609 Main location - graphics and space. ABOVE

Exterior shot of The Halal Guys on Ella Blvd.

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SIZE

41,344 sf

BUD GET

$290/sf

SERVICES

Architecture

COMPLETION

2017

Four Seasons | Houston Inventure worked on this 41,244 square foot renovation of Four Seasons Hotel reception, staircase and lobby. The renovation also included Bayou & Bottle, Four Seasons’ newest lobby bar and bourbon concept that features the first ever Topgolf simulation golf room. 36

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OPPOSITE

Inventure served as Architect of Record for the project, while Meyer Davis completed the interior design.

BELOW

A high contrast and rich color scheme was used throughout the space. The existing lobby carpet was replaced with dark stone flooring, which transitioned into a high contrast marble and wood staircase. The columns were wrapped in the same marble, with each slab meeting effortlessly. A new reception desk was crafted from African Soapstone with brass detailing.

Lobby and reception was arranged with minimal pops of color. The newly renovated Bayou & Bottle bar and lounge area.

Bayou & Bottle moves onto hardwood flooring, and evokes feelings of a masculine library. It features wood detailing, a double sided fireplace, bourbon lockers, and a leather wrapped marble bar. The interior design team chose furniture in sophisticated and saturated tones of cognac, navy and hunter green.

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SIZE

1,000 sf

BUD GET

Withheld

SERVICES

Interior Architecture Experiential Design

Iki Japan

COMPLETION

2019

Located in the Houston Galleria, the store contains hundreds of unique items, all expertly crafted in Japan, from elegant ebony chopsticks to stunning hammered metal plates.

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OPPOSITE

Shelves were utilized to help showcase the variety of products. RIGHT

The store was designed to replicate a marketplace in Japan.

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The concept behind Iki Japan, a high-end retail store, was to create a luxury shopping experience that used all five senses to make customers feel like they had stepped inside and traveled to Japan. Inventure worked with the client to learn and imitate Japanese architecture, giving the store an authentic feel in order to properly display each of its handcrafted items. Inspiration was drawn from the client’s personal collection of distinctive Japanese products.

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Inventure also provided Visual Communication services on the project, including graphic design, signage, and video editing, to enhance the atmosphere, incorporating iPads throughout the store with videos going into detail on the technique behind the craftsmanship of certain products.


OPPOSITE

Close-up of the display table. ABOVE

Store-front that featured the logo. BELOW

Shelves were used to maximize the space the client had to feature the product.

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SIZE

500 sf

BUD GET

$150/sf

SERVICES

Interior Architecture Furniture Services

COMPLETION

2015

King Ranch

Located in the Tommie Vaughn Ford Dealership, the King Ranch Saddle Shop features leather goods, luggage and clothing items. 42

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OPPOSITE

Display case that showcases all the leather goods available for purchase. BELOW

King Ranch storefront.

As one of the few dealerships with this retail component, the store offers a unique shopping experience for its customers. Inventure worked in conjunction with Goree Architects to provide interior design and furniture services.

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SIZE

2,130 sf

BUD GET

$14/sf

SERVICES

Interior Architecture

COMPLETION

2015

RIDE Indoor Cycling

RIDE Indoor Cycling, originating in Austin, Texas, has expanded its presence into the Historic Houston Heights.

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Keeping with their culture, the studio presents a modern and clean design with custom graphics and changing LED light fixtures. The space is adjacent to a yoga studio, so sound isolation and acoustics played an important role in the design of the ceiling and walls. Although it was only 2,130 sf, design and construction encountered many obstacles throughout the life-cycle of the project. Our team worked with the City of Houston to establish the required number of parking places and design two ADA compliant restrooms and one ADA compliant shower room without compromising usable square footage for the spin room and reception area.

Other unforeseen obstacles included adding exterior HVAC and electrical equipment and patching major leaks in the existing roof and storefront. Through dedication to the project and consistent interaction with the client, the RIDE space was successfully completed. The trendy studio has flourished since its opening, adding a cutting-edge retail component to our expansive portfolio.

OPPOSITE

3D rendering of 609 Main location - graphics and space. ABOVE

Exterior shot of The Halal Guys on Ella Blvd.

RIDE IND O OR CYCLING

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SIZE

5,000 sf

BUD GET

$500/sf

SERVICES

Interior Architecture

COMPLETION

2018

3009 Post Oak | Cafeteria

3009 Post Oak wanted to transform the existing lobby space into a work cafe. Inventure worked with the client to maintain the existing integrity of the building, while introducing new and fresh elements into the newly re-purposed space. 46

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OPPOSITE

Neutral tones, pops of greenery and open plan were key elements. ABOVE

Lighting fixtures help to frame the service counter and surrounding areas RIGHT

Open structure above Coffee Bar creates a point of visual interest in the space.

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SIZE

2,500 sf

BUD GET

$200/sf

SERVICES

Interior Architecture

COMPLETION

2019

A Ma Maniére

A Ma Maniére, a boutique located in Kirby Collection, is designed to represent and inspire a fashion-forward clientele deeply-rooted within its community. 48

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OPPOSITE

The main sales floor of A Ma Maniére. ABOVE

Unique display of the footwear that is available in store. BOTTOM

A Ma Maniére logo.

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SIZE

30,000 sf

BUD GET

$1.5 M

SERVICES

Landscape Masterplanning Facade Design Accessibility Design

COMPLETION

2019

Olive and Vine

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OPPOSITE

A new reception and floor graphics direct wayfinding in the parts and service area. BELOW

This service counter was reimagined to allow for display and client interface.

Olive and Vine specializes in premium extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars from around the world. Inventure Design helped to relocate their store to a larger footprint so they could expand their offerings to include local bottles of wine and cooking classes.

The client wanted a space that had an artful balance of earthy and chic, to create a french country feel that produces a warm and inviting atmosphere for their customers.

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