Designers and brands can work even more closely thanks to 12 new design studios now open at the Atlanta Decorative Arts Center (ADAC). The office-spaces offer select trade professionals the opportunity to use ADAC as their sample library, and provide an area where these designers can collaborate with clients while visiting showrooms for inspiration, streamlining the design process. The project follows the success of the designer offices at ADAC West, and integrates designers more closely with ADAC.
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“Opening the ADAC Design Studios allows us to further achieve our mission of bringing product and designers together,” said Katie Miner, ADAC general manager. “The Design Studios are comprised of designers, architects and high-end, custom home builders who now, because of proximity, can more efficiently collaborate on ideas with clients.”
The ADAC Design Studios include: Mark Williams Design Associates, The Design Atelier, Pritchett + Dixon, IIDA, Regas Interiors, The Jane Group, Troy Rhone Garden Design, Janus Associates Construction Management, Musso Design Group, The Kenney Group, McLaurin Interiors, Bill Ingram Architect and Rollins Ingram. The studios are located on the center’s fifth floor.
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