Silver Leaf Cigar BarSilver Leaf Cigar Bar | Facility Assessment | Interior Design | Architecture
The vision for this space was to create a classic and comfortable space for customers to gather for conversation, drink and cigars. The owner wanted the space to be warm and inviting to the cigar aficionado as well as the novice or non-smoker. Ventilation was a key part of the design. Material selection was also important: materials were selected based on their propensity for minimal or no chance of retaining smoke odor.
A contemporary gas fireplace was added for a conversational pit. There is a complementary blend of both contemporary and traditional elements that enhance the ambience of the space. Finishes include sealed concrete floors, wood paneling, leather-like antimicrobial wall covering and upholstery, along with a stacked stone fireplace. Three light fixtures in the humidor room are reminiscent of cigars and the custom pendant fixture over the fireplace in an interpretation of smoke.
To address indoor air quality, the supply and exhaust configuration sets up an air flow pattern where the perimeter of the space is positively pressurized and the center of the space is negatively pressurized, capturing the developed smoke and exhausting it to the outside of the building.
One to One, MDOne to One, MD | Interior Design | Construction Administration
This complete tenant finish out for One to One, MD in the newly built Forest Park Medical Office Building creates a welcoming and clean environment. The goal was to provide comfort to the patients and to support the practice’s goal of delivering personalized, quality healthcare. The warm neutral palette with hints of mint green and wood-look luxury vinyl tile flooring provide a stark contrast to a typical institutional and cold medical office facility. The use of accent herringbone wood patterns in the lobby and corridor, along with soft, textured broadloom carpet in the private offices, and the physician’s personal collection of nature themed artwork help to create a more residential and inviting space for the patients and employees alike.
The CliburnThe Cliburn
The Cliburn is a non-profit organization with a mission to advance classical piano music throughout the world. With its headquarters in Fort Worth, the organization secured space in a prominent street-level storefront in Sundance Square, in the heart of downtown. Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford provided planning and interior design services for the boutique space. The Cliburn features warm tones and light-filled areas.
Park Cities BankPark Cities Bank | Architecture | Programming / Strategic Planning | Interior Design | Construction Administration | Graphics
Park Cities is a full service two-story financial institution with three lanes for motor banking services. Interiors include walk-up tellers area, offices, loan area, Class I deposit vault, board room and community conference room. Exterior materials include limestone, masonry and a copper roof.
Bell Helicopter Aircraft Assembly FacilityBell Helicopter Aircraft Assembly Facility | Facility Assessment | Master Planning | Programming / Strategic Planning
Hahnfeld Hoffer Stanford provided architectural services to Bell Helicopter group for a new world-class aerospace assembly facility. Built on a 14.5-acre site at Lafayette Regional Airport, the facility assembles the Bell 505 Jet ranger X-Bell’s newest commercial helicopter.
The project is an 84,427 square foot final assembly facility for Bell Helicopter’ newly introduced JRX Model 505 commercial helicopter. Within the facility, the aircraft is assembled from components which are manufactured offsite. These components include the cabin shell, engine and transmission, rotors, tail boom, and skids. All components arrive by commercial tractor/trailer truck transport for immediate assembly of the rotorcraft. The completed helicopter is test flown and FAA certified from this facility. Before delivery to the customer, the aircraft is painted and additional optional equipment installed. Customers may take delivery at the facility where they have the option to fly their new aircraft home or order crating and shipment to a certified Bell Helicopter service center for final delivery.
The building includes a public lobby and reception with conference and show rooms adjacent to the delivery center. Offices are provided for executive and management functions. A large break room with refrigerators, microwave ovens, vending machines, and large projection screen serves the 100+ assembly workers. Nearby lockers and restroom facilities are also provided. The general flow of materials through the facility includes receipt of aircraft components and supplies at the large receiving dock and staging area. From there, components are moved through the adjacent assembly room, then to pre-flight for final preparations before test flight operations. After testing and FAA certification, the aircraft proceeds through paint prep and painting, after which custom accessories are installed prior to final delivery.