Dan Scott needed a facelift on his building, and had stakeholders, like his sister, that wanted to be a part of the design. Clinton brought it all together to create a warm and inviting space.
Dan Scott had worked to build a robust label business over a period of 30 years. His space, while efficient and working for the level of production necessary, needed some major updates. He wanted to keep the integrity of one of the most historic buildings in Frankfort while also creating an inviting atmosphere that reflected their dedication to quality. CA Taylor met this need through meeting the needs of an aged structure and also the challenge of maintaining business operations through the process.
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Dan has worked tirelessly to build a business that delivers a quality product, and in that way, he wanted his office to reflect that image. Clinton worked diligently to create a space that emphasized the importance of these business values through efficiency and beauty.
Though the door pictured above was the point of many conversations, it serves as an example of how Clinton consulted with Dan to ensure he understood the long-term value of investing in features like this double-sided entry and exit door, creating a flow in and out of the production floor that would inhibit flow issues but also enable a clear view from front to back.
Clinton loves when a client wants to "pitch in", and in this case, Dan's sister Sandra had a strong desire to create and influence the aesthetic and design of the project. Clinton worked alongside her dreams and vision to give her the foundation for an excellent, clean, and inviting space she had envisioned.