NELSON Presents at Design Colloquium

November 25

NELSON was invited by the Design Colloquium to address the group on the topic of our firm`s innovative practices.  On November 18, 2011, our CEO, John "Ozzie" Nelson, Jr., presented at the San Francisco Planning + Urban Research Association Center (SPUR). The conference is attended by large, multi-office design firms to discuss a variety of topics related to the architecture and design profession.  NELSON gave a presentation on our innovative growth model that informs how we service our clients. For a quick look at the conference overview go to http://designcolloquium.com/information.html

NELSON Insights

FOCUSING ON TAMI Solutions

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NELSON announced its intent to launch TAMI (Technology, Advertising & Media, and Information Business) Practice Area. 

 

FOCUSING on music and design

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Looking for a fresh new concept that not only captured elements of the music industry but also the city of Minneapolis, Pandora Internet Radio turned to NELSON to provide interior design services for the renovation of their existing office in the IDS Tower.

 

creating design that "takes off" 

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Gogo commissioned NELSON to create a final workplace solution that would allow for aggressive growth and flexibility while considering new ways of working in a collaborative space.

 

Gogo

CREATING new office design

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Amidst a transitional time period, the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau commissioned NELSON to design an open, flexible, cutting-edge work environment for their team. 

Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau

FOCUSING ON WORKPLACE DESIGN SOLUTIONS

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NELSON and Veenendaal Cave, Inc. Officially Join Operations, establish the Southeastearn USA as a “Super Region”.

 

NELSON and Veenendaal Cave, Inc. Join Operations

FOCUSING ON THE CLOUD AND BEYOND

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Fieldglass commissioned NELSON to redesign space with a focus on the creation of a more collaborative work environment allowing for a more efficient workflow.

Fieldglass Inc