A New Hotel by Oculus Inc. Vitalizes a Quintessential Oregon Coast Destination
Seaside, a quintessential beach getaway in northwest Oregon, mixes a scenic Pacific Ocean backdrop with the old-fashioned charms of a sprawling 1920s promenade and kitschy carousel. For the 64-room SaltLine Hotel, which opened here last year as a more upscale...
Oculus Named Among the Best Industrial Architects in Portland, Oregon
Due to continued growth and urbanization, the commercial development in the Portland area remains strong. The city is an attractive spot for businesses that are either looking to expand or wish to remain economically active. Portland Architect's editorial team has...
Workplace Transformation Planning Crucial During These Times
By Ali Summerford, interior design director at Oculus Inc. It seems that companies’ plans and protocols for COVID-19 change weekly, if not by the day. But one thing doesn’t change, the importance of needing to put together the right plan...
Don’t Overlook the Restroom When Designing Space
Featured in FacilitiesNet A national restaurant franchise known for serving stone-baked pizzas in an eclectic, art-filled environment is redefining the restaurant community with the opening of the St. Louis area’s second location in Cottleville, Missouri. Read full article here
Clarendale Clayton Tops Off, Bringing Luxury Senior Living into Final Stretch of Construction
Featured in Ryan Companies Ryan Companies announced today the topping off of Clarendale Clayton, a luxury senior living community in partnership with LCS and Harrison Street. Construction began on the project in late April 2019 and is anticipated for completion...
4 Ways Flooring Taps into a Facility’s Full Potential
February 8, 2021| By Joy Choquette Featured in FacilitiesNet A facility’s flooring is a hard-working asset, but it is packed with potential functionality beyond just providing something to stand on. Used as wayfinding, it helps direct traffic and prevents visitors...
The Best Commercial Architects in Dallas
Featured in Dallas Architects The Dallas metro area contains three of the fastest growing suburbs in the country. Companies are moving their headquarters to the area because of its top-notch workforce and premium office campuses. Read full article here
How the Pandemic is Changing Healthcare Design
November 11, 2020 By Ron Reim and Ali Summerford Featured in FacilitiesNet COVID-19 has changed the way healthcare is delivered in the U.S. and has undoubtedly affected the operations of healthcare facilities. Read full article here.
Restroom Design Best Practices to Prevent the Spread of Infection
By Ron Reim and Ali Summerford Featured in Facilities Net Considering gender equality, gender identity and gender formation are now part of restroom architecture and design in schools. This may become more common when designing for other industries as well. ...