With over 40,000 towers today, the nation’s largest provider of shared wireless infrastructure built new offices in Houston, Texas. The designer chose a dark walnut veneer to create a classic look and feel to a contemporarily rendered interior. Acacia was engaged to provide elements and details throughout the entire suite from the elevator landing and reception and boardroom through training room support and locker room elements.
In the main elevator lobby the client choose to display their business concept with a glass backlit display stud mounted and floated above the wood veneer. Opposite this panel the elevator hoist-way doors were surrounded by matching wood veneer panels with wood reveals. Throughout the space standing and running trim along with wood framing on doors and windows were all matched to the same deep tone. Acacia also fabricated various furniture elements throughout. While a dark emperador stone was set onto the floor, the stone of choice for furniture was an white Carrera marble used for tops and transaction counters. On the reception desk, the marble forms a surround over a white front panel and the support cabinets behind continue
the dark wood theme. The main conference room table features a deep Carrera working table edge with a flush central fill of dark tone wood veneer. The conference rooms built in credenza’s reflect the white marble top and dark veneer cabinet faces. Stainless steel details and hardware provide crisp metal accents throughout.
Acadia coordinated their work in the field with the general contractor’s field personnel as well as the property manager in the use of the freight elevator before and after hours. Detailed coordination is a hallmark of Acacia’s service.