Ericsson, Santa Clara
For Ericsson, I reached out to an old friend to see if he needed help with anything, I certainly needed work at the time. Jim Wylie, co-founder of Envy-Create did indeed need help and I jumped into the Ericsson job as Interior Designer. Ericsson wanted to change their product gallery in their headquarters in Santa Clara. The only hang-up was the timeline, I had three weeks to design it, get it approved, get it fabricated and get it installed before the client had their opening event. It went very smoothly, with only one major revision and approval being completed within 7 days. Our fabricator, DFG of Anaheim CA was then released to begin building all the parts and pieces. I was able to sign off on things in a timely manner, flew out to CA and supervised the installation over the course of four days.
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Back wall was multi-layered, with a frame of adjustable rails forward of custom designed wall panels.
The rails were designed to be adjustable vertically and included a track for shelves. The client intended to mount various antenna products to the rails and on the shelves.
The model table included a 3d printed cityscape with a projector above.
Cityscape table with integrated, flush mounted touchscreen.
Back wall and model table spacing.
This is the entrance into the next space. This area was also redone, but by a different designer as I moved onto a different project for Envy.
This is the IoT A/R display. It was an augmented reality display of their circuit technology. The overall look and feel they wanted was of a high end assembly plant. One feature I used was the "I" beam support under the shelf. Its foam and faux painted. Much easier to hang.
This is the history wall display with another shelf with faux painted "steel" I beam. This wall will eventually be filled with historic Ericsson products.
CAD files. I kept a complete set of proposed technical details. The fabricator followed these and though there are differences, the as-built elements are near spot on to my details.
CAD files. I had intended for a rubber mat to be placed under the table, however on site it was clear it wouldn't work as well as the refinished concrete floor was working. So we returned it.
Rendering of model
Rendering of model