Tangram Interiors Represented in 12 Projects Nominated for Calibre Awards To Be Presented by International Interior Design Association SoCal Chapter

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Tangram Interiors, a curator of highly creative commercial interior environments and workspaces, was a key member of the team on 12 major projects nominated in the 2018 Calibre Design Awards presented by the International Interior Design Association’s Southern California chapter. The prestigious awards will be presented on May 18, 2018, at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills.

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“Every year, we are more impressed by the scope and creativity embodied in the work recognized by the Cailbre Awards in Southern California alone,” said Tangram CEO Joe Lozowski. “It’s extremely gratifying to be included among such a distinguished community of organizations that are dedicated to transforming the ways people work, learn and heal.”

 

Tangram divisions and associated nominees are:

Studio

BCG Digital Ventures, Manhattan Beach: 55,000 sq. ft.; 235 workstations and 17 private offices; custom, powerless workstation height adjustment; all ancillary furniture; hexagonal, mobile conference tables for hexagonal rooms; movable furniture and removable tack boards for scrum rooms; floor plan areas designed for specific teams with lounge area plus workstation, venture and scrum rooms. Architect - R&A Architecture + Design.

Zest Finance, Los Angeles: 55 4-ft. by 8-ft. benches accommodating four workstations incorporating wire management trays, laminate 3mm-edge table tops and loop legs; eclectic mix of ancillary furniture. Architect - Wolcott Architecture | Interiors.

Interiors

Kaiser, Baldwin Hills (CA): 105,000 sq. ft.; space planning for four-story project; systems furniture for nurses stations, providers’ offices and most lobby areas. Architect - HOK.

Edwards Starr Atrium, Irvine (CA): 25,000-sq.-ft., high-volume space; contemporary furniture from Coalesse, Dellarobbia and Davis Furniture; flexible task and collaboration settings; Custom Upholstery Elements soft seating cushions for large, natural-wood staircase. Architect - LPA.

Thales InFlyt Café, Los Angeles: 8,000 sq. ft.; high-tech customer experience center; furnishings including Steelcase, Turnstone and Coalesse ranging from Carl Hansen occasional tables to a custom, dual-sided entertainment center. Architect - Ware Malcomb.

USC Advancement, Los Angeles: 3,100 sq. ft.; 16 stations, 6 micro offices and a training “classroom/computer lab”; featuring: SOTO worktools; Gesture seating; Migration and Ology height-adjustable tables; Series 8 benching high-density storage for space separation; Akira conference/training tables with Qivi seating; Think and Circa seating; Davos benches. Architect - Ware Malcomb.

Studio/Interiors

The Bouqs Co., Marina Del Rey (CA): Tangram Studio provided workstations. Architect - Wolcott Architecture | Interiors.

Critical Content, West Hollywood: two floors and several dozen private offices; West Elm, Valentine and Steelcase workstations; Tangram Studio-created custom products. Architect - Wolcott Architecture | Interiors.

Flooring

InterContinental Hotel at the Wilshire Grand Tower, Los Angeles, CA: flooring and moisture barrier. Architect - AC Martin

Caltech CAST (Center for Autonomous Systems & Technologies), Pasadena (CA): flooring. Architect - CO Architects.

Walls

Awesomeness TV, Los Angeles: 90,000-sq.-ft. on two floors; 1,295 lft. Muraflex Fino. Architect - SOM.

Illumina i3 Campus, San Diego: 1,500 lft. Muraflex Mimo. Architect - Perkins+Will.

The Calibre Design Awards celebrate the excellent work of project teams that have exceeded the expectations of the profession in bringing design to life and honor the meaning of collaboration for projects that exhibit a high level of teamwork and stunning design.

In addition to its core furniture offering, Tangram Interiors operates five business units for a complete approach to workplace design and installation: flooring, architecture walls, custom furniture, move management and technology. The Tangram Studio division is focused on custom and co-designed workplaces, while Tangram Technology creates unified ecosystems incorporating audiovisual, acoustics, lighting and sound masking. This range of services allows for a top-to-bottom approach that places each aspect of office planning, design and installation under careful consideration to maximize utility and comfort for the people who make organizations run.

For information on Tangram Interiors and its full capabilities, go to www.tangraminteriors.com.