When Cask and Barrel clients approached Hatch for their new liquor store interior design we jumped on the chance. While we have completed many retail projects in the past, a liquor store was new territory. One of the things we LOVE about what we do is the opportunity to work with such a variety of clientele… every project has it’s own set of parameters and requirements that need to be met to ensure ultimate functionality and brand
Grouse River understands the value of providing their staff an inspiring workplace. For our second project together we were directed to design an office space that employees would be proud of.
Is your business interior working for you? Do you believe that the intelligent interior design of your commercial space can equate to increased profits? Yes, it absolutely can.
There are many ways that your business’s interior can make you more profitable; today’s focus is your staff and employee productivity. Where would you be without them? They are your biggest asset and can give you a competitive edge.
Tribal DDB‘s office by Identity Design is a creative design that communicates a forward thinking, fun-loving yet professional company.
Have we told you lately how much we LOVE what we do?! It’s true. We feel incredibly lucky to come to work every day to design amazing spaces for our commercial interior spaces for our amazing clients. Commercial interior design has us learning constantly; every project has its own set of parameters to work within and its own set of puzzle pieces to fit together.
In this blog series we will take a look at a number of different project types (retail, office, hospitality and health care) and examine how each type differs from an interior design perspective. Varying fundamental requirements dictate how we approach your project.
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When the City of Grand Forks approached Hatch for the interior design of their City Hall after an unfortunate fire we were immediately excited at the opportunity to honour the building and the community’s rich history with an interior that married the past with modern day. We had great bones to work with; original round tapered columns reaching 14′ to the trusses above, the potential to expose original brick walls with solid wood lintels, and expansive windows providing ample natural light to the interior. Prior to the fire the City recently went through an extensive rebranding exercise to modernize and attract new families and businesses to the area; their new interior strengthens their message.
One of our projects in progress; Lakeside Medicine Centre Pharmacy’s cash desk evokes a modern-heritage style that incorporates old apothecary drawer inspiration complete with a custom apothecary bottle light fixture above.
Hatch’s interior design services were recently retained by Lakeside Medicine Centre Pharmacy, located in Kelowna’s Guisachan Village. Lakeside Pharmacy has been serving Kelowna since 1973, and since, has continued to grow their outreach to include a wide range of medication distribution throughout the Okanagan.
Their moto, “We take the time to care”, is evident when you visit their practice. They have managed to resist becoming retail focused by maintaining a small variety of over-the-counter medications and vitamins, as well as first aid products. But you will not find beauty products here. Instead they offer in-depth, one-on-one counseling to their customers, as well as foot, continence, ostomy and wound care.
Are you looking for modern design Kelowna? Well, look no more! We’re so excited to present one of our latest projects, Nuvue Optometry. A while back we gave you the scoop on the interior design concept; well, we’ve got final photos for you.
Better yet, Nuvue is open, so book your next eye exam or buy a new pair of glasses – they have some really nice options in store. Plus, you’ve got to meet the staff – Dr. Brad and Dr. Devin, as well as their support team, are an amazingly fun bunch and they stay true to their motto: “advanced technology, affordable care“.
A collaboration between Hatch Interior Design and Magpie Interiors, Il Tavolino Italian bistro is located in Kelowna, BC, Canada.
Il Tavolino Italian bistro has been opened since the summer, so we figure you’re thinking “It’s about time we put some final project photos up already”, right? We couldn’t agree more! If you haven’t been in to check it out by now, you definitely should. Not only is the space beautiful, but their food, coffee, and gelato are equally fantastic.
You may recall our post about the concept for the Il Tavolino restaurant interior design in Kelowna. To refresh your memory, upon return from a year in Florence, Italy, husband-and-wife team Sarah and Sandro DeAngelis were inspired to open their own Bistro right here in the sunny Okanagan.
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We predict that the bold black and white patterns that have been popular trends in fashion and product design will make their way into interiors this year. Featured above are a number of products that we feel could have inspired Lázaro Rosa-Violán’s design for the Praktik Bakery.
Our last blog entry reflected on 2014, now let’s take a look to the future at our interior design predictions for 2015. So far in 2015 we’ve seen design inspiration coming from a number of different influences globally and locally, and we predict that there won’t be one specific trend that will highlight the year like ombre did with 2013 and the industrial look did with 2014.
Fujitsu Headquarters by Woods Bagot is an example of a trend in interior design we noticed in 2014, low lounge furniture for meeting and collaborative spaces.
Last year we forecasted a few trends in interior design that we expected to see in 2014 (click here for part 1 and here for part 2). Well, now we’re looking back and seeing that some of those predictions rang true but, some projections also did not. We figured we’d give you an update on those predictions and how they may continue to have in impact in 2015.
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Our team of talented interior designers; (from left to right) Leigh Blackburn, Tanya Wassen, and Rachel Clarida.
2014 sure was an exciting one for Hatch Interior Design. A growing team, a number of great projects and clients, and some pretty sweet awards are the highlights of our 2014 year in review.