Adult Daycare, Breweries, Churches, Gyms, Training Centers, Family Entertainment Centers and the threat to your next tenant deal.
Arium’s Principal, Brian Frels, was recently interviewed by international trade publication, Cimientos of Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, for a recent issue featuring the contemporary use of glass and steel within the field of construction. Brian provided his philosophical thoughts on the use of these materials along with several recent Arium AE project case studies.
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The marketplace often predicts design trends in advance, but these predictions don’t always ring true. With upwards of 1M SF in active projects, Arium is able to sample the real-time design trends influencing our region and focus on those poised to make a lasting impact. Coupled with a sharp eye towards industry influencers, our interior designers are providing clients with a fresh yet hyper local perspective. This week April Bliss McDaniel provides her perspective on 3 Key Design Trends taking shape this year.
July 1, 2018, marks the 30 th anniversary of Arium AE. Our latest blog takes a moment to highlight a few milestones along the way, including: the meaning behind our name, the founding of our integrated design studio and the successful transition to our next generation of leaders. Special thanks to all the hard work, energy and passion that everyone on this team exhibits. To our clients (past, present and future)….thank you.
Arium AE was recently published in the Baltimore Business Journal’s 2018 Top 10 list for Interior Design Firms in Greater Baltimore. The firm has been recognized by the BBJ as a top 10 firm for the past 8+ consecutive years and is proud to be recognized as an industry leader amongst great company.
A formal welcome and reception space is made inviting through vibrant colors and transparency.
Arium AE began working with Music and Arts representatives from the onset of the project to assist with the conceptualization of a collaborative space that met today’s modern office standards but could also accommodate Music and Arts’ technical studio requirements.