Timberland, King of Prussia Mall, King of Prussia, PA – Antique Distressed® Oak
The hand hewn beam slabs for the Timberland logo/sign, the “rafters” and beams just inside the display window were supplied by us. Inside the store, our weathered gray barn siding that was used to clad the columns and to create the simulated “barn doors” hanging on the wall.
Kushner Studio’s Flatiron 1BR-to-duplex conversion – Bunkhouse Plank® Oak
This jewelbox of an addition expanded upon a prior design-build project of one of their clients and converted a high design 1BR into a duplex. The client had fantasies of a cabin in Maine & the exquisiteness of its details play out. The richness of materials masks some of the more complex and pedestrian aspects of modern living (hidden high end Sony systems, flatscreens & stoves). All cabinetry was custom produced by the firm’s in-house contracting firm.
Architect: KUSHNER studios Architecture + Design P.C. / General Contractor: In House Group, Inc. / Photo Credit: Noah Gilbert
Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Gatlinburg, TN – “Cargo Hold” – Antique Distressed® Oak
Adobe style home in Santa Fe, NM – Antique Distressed® Oak
This stunning home’s signature shot is the living room featuring planks up to 12″ wide. Our flooring was used throughout the house with borders, patterns and lots of direction changes for added visual interest. And the homeowners are as lovely as the home and generously allow us to use these pictures.
Blue Sky Grille, Pepsi Center, Denver, CO – Bunkhouse Plank® Oak
The Blue Sky Grill is not just another arena sports bar. Far from it. In fact, once you’ve stepped into the Blue Sky Grill you could be in an upscale mountain lodge far from anywhere. The restaurant is modeled after Yellowstone National Park’s Old Faithful Lodge and Pepsi Center owner Stan Kroenke’s own Q Creek Ranch in Wyoming. The Blue Sky Grill is open to the general public as well as ticketholders before and after events. HOK Sport + Venue + Event (now Populous™), the architecture firm that designed the Pepsi Center, also piloted the design of the Blue Sky Grill.
“When we were building it, we kept coming back to the words ‘lodge’ and ‘comfortable. We wanted it to be a place where you want to hang out.” – Bill Pruter, Pepsi Center VP of arena development (Rocky Mountain News, 02.02.02)
“As a photographer, I often find myself in situations that call for me to use my talents to improve upon the subject matter. In this situation I was challenged to capture the essence of the Blue Sky Grill without subtracting from it. My assistant and I spent a total of 38 hours to shoot nine 4×5 color images. This is more than double our average time per image. A myriad of detail-oriented work was required on our end so as not to over- or under-light, and to accurately capture the details contributed by the many different elements. The ambiance created is from the total effect of the reclaimed woods, lighting, furnishings and artwork to the tiniest of details; you are transported to a space that rivals any western-style mountain lodge. It was a welcomed challenge to precisely document this awesome space.” – Jackie Shumaker, owner of Jackie Shumaker Photography.
Galyan’s Trading Company, The Washingtonian, Gaithersburg, MD – Antique Oak
Galyan’s is the most unique, rapidly growing sporting goods store in the world. They are passionate about sports and the outdoors, and they offer the best merchandise from top brands. What started as a grocery store with few hardware and sports related products soon evolved into a complete sporting goods store and then, after being purchased by The Limited Inc. in July 1995, a chain of stores. Since its purchase, Galyan’s has expanded to 11 stores.
UPDATE: Galyan’s was sold to Dick’s Sporting Goods in 2004. Some stores have been closed, but our pictures captured the store at its finest with a climbing wall (visible in the back of the store, and a running track around the messanine.