ONE Global Design in the Big Apple

ONE Global Design recounted their continued momentum and collaboration at their semi-annual Executive Summit in mid-July.  Meyer, along with 30+ principals and senior level executives converged in New York City, where member firm, Design Republic hosted the 3-day event.

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Meyer hosts Craft Beer Night

Meyer hosted 50 clients and friends for a special night of craft brews and conversation at the newest brewery in Malvern, Locust Lane. Many of our trusted partners and clients, including Brandywine Realty Trust, CBRE, Merck, SAP, and LCB came out for the evening.  Each attendee went home with their own personalized growler filled with their favorite! A special thank you and congratulations to our client, Bryan Brockson of the Franklin Mint Federal Credit Union on the opening of Locust Lane!



Behind the Design: Arbor Terrace Morris Plains

Capitol Seniors Housing opened its newest community, Arbor Terrace Morris Plains, in May 2017. This 69,000 SF, 85 unit assisted living and memory care facility is located in the heart of Morris Plains, NJ. Meyer’s Senior Living Studio provided architecture, interior design, visualization, and FF+E services. Click here to view the project.

Top 5 Trends at NeoCon

Last month a few of our designers attended the premier 3-day NeoCon 2017 Design Show at The Mart in Chicago. For the past 50 years, NeoCon is the top recognized and attended trade show in the industry. Each year over 50,000 design professionals come together to learn about the newest products in commercial design and explore what trends will affect the workplace today and what trends will evolve into the future. Below is a recap of the Top 5 trends what our clients can expect to see this year.

Colors are bold and bright this year. Oranges, peachy pinks, greens and blues dominate the showrooms as seen above at Dauphin.

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Forces Working Together

Meyer is pleased to be ranked as the Top 15 Architecture firms in Philadelphia by Philadelphia Business Journal.


Independence Live! Wins Digital Innovation Award

Congratulations to Independence Blue Cross for winning the Digital Innovation Award for Independence Live! at the 2017 Enterprise Awards sponsored by the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies (PACT).  Meyer is proud to have served as a member of the design team for this project.

The Digital Innovation Award is presented to a company that is driving digital transformation, and has applied a new or existing technology in a unique or innovative way to solve a business problem or advance business goals.

Independence Live! is a 10,000 SF customer and community health and wellness experience center that focuses on innovation to find solutions to enhance the member experience and increase community engagement.

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People’s Light Expands

People’s Light is a professional theatre in Chester County, Pennsylvania, housed in a restored 18th century farmhouse boasting a beautifully appointed dining room with a private-terrace for hosting private events.

Meyer designed a permanent pavilion structure to replace the temporary tented area at the back of the farmhouse. The newly created area offers additional dining capabilities to accommodate larger groups and serves as an entrance to a fully landscaped courtyard and garden. The pavilion allows for weddings and corporate events to use two separate or joined spaces providing ultimate flexibility and dining seating for 250 guests.

As part of the renovation project, Meyer also refreshed the main banquet room, and reworked kitchen circulation and back of house areas to improve serving functions for the increased number of guests.

Carpenter Technology Selects Philadelphia as its Executive Headquarters

Carpenter Technology, a leading producer and distributor of premium specialty alloys, headquartered in Reading, PA, opened an executive headquarters in Philadelphia, PA. In order to increase visibility with a broad talent pool, and gain better access to transportation, customer markets, and world-class universities, they selected 1735 Market as their premier location.

Meyer’s design included high end materials and details to achieve a polished, executive image and a darker color palette to evoke the atmosphere of a metals brand.