Dallas Green Design Project

by Pat Hicks on July 4, 2012

New Life Hardwoods Presents Dallas Green Design

Ok, so it’s time to let the cat out of the bag so to speak. At least a little.image architectural concept of dallas green design buiding

The Dallas Design District is about to become the home of a collaborative project being called Dallas Green Design.

Here at New Life Hardwoods we had an idea several months ago and it’s now coming to fruition.

The idea was a simple one really. What if you could get several people from the design industry, companies in the Dallas Design comunity together,and builders, under one roof, working together for a common goal?

What would it look like? Who would be involved? Just designers or companies with products for the design industry?

A place where designers and clients could come and see products and designs in a showcase, vignette type environment.

Oh, and foremost, we wanted to have a “Green” friendly theme running through it. Afterall, we reclaim our wood to create our hardwood flooring and we wanted others in the building and design industry who followed along that mindset to be a part of this as well.

What if these people and companies could actually have showcase space to do this and one of the top Dallas Designers creating a space to show it all off in?

And what if we could pull this off in the heart of the Dallas Design District?

Well, we’re doing it and you’re going to get a sneek preview today, a quick look inside at what we’ll call the before postion of the project.

Here’s some architectural renderings and some before images. Personally I like before shots. It’s great to be able to look back and say this is where we started.

So on that note, this is where we started…

{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Kevin Taylor July 27, 2012 at 2:00 pm

The renderings look great. You will be a great addition to the Dallas Design District.


Pat Hicks July 28, 2012 at 10:42 am

Thanks Kevin. We’re certainly looking forward to being a vital part of the Dallas Design District. Stay tuned for more info.


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