‘My North, My Home’, a design for the defence and security sector
Aligning with their "My North, My Home" campaign, Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI), a major Canadian employer and voice for the defence and security sector, retained Parallel 45 Design Group Ltd. to transform their existing urban Ottawa space into something clean, bright, with expansive areas to gather and collaborate.
Interior Designer: Liz Miller, ARIDO, Emilie Gauthier, Intern ARIDO
Design Firm: Parallel 45 Design Group Ltd.
Project Photographer: Justin Van Leeuwen
Transitioning it from a heavily partitioned space to an open and functional environment, was the main focus of the redesign, along with the appeal to up and coming talent.
Through the use of simple materials, textures, and natural elements such as wood, Parallel 45 Design Group achieved a space that not only represented their brand but kept budget at the forefront.
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