Bank of Carolinas
Hayden Design was selected for our creativity and design expertise to convert a former restaurant into an inviting, exciting new branch bank concept. Collaborating with the project architect and the marketing/administration team of the bank, we created a new branding concept which incorporated ceiling “cloud” effects which gave the large, high open space a sense of intimacy and a comfortable human scale for customers. The color palette reflects the bank’s logo and mirrors the natural images in their brochures. HD’s services included space planning, finishes, furnishing and lighting selections, millwork details, art coordination, and project/construction management.
Project Architect: Robbins Architecture
Novant Health – Medical Billing
This project involved over 62,000 sq. ft. on three levels of an existing building. Plans to accommodate over 500 employees within the corporate standards and to meet current codes, sustainability and technology requirements involved a significant redesign of the existing space. Hayden Design’s responsibilities included department programming, space planning, furniture workstation layouts, finish selections, and installation supervision and artwork selections. Making Green and sustainable selections for materials and finishes was also a major focus for the team at Hayden Design.
Project Architect: Warren Architecture
BB&T Regional Office Stratford Point
This 70,000 square foot building is home to BB&T’s Regional Office and Stratford Road branch. Hayden Design was responsible for the selection and coordination of all interior building finishes and materials. HD selected and specified all furniture and workstations, artwork and accessories. The design consists of mahogany wood tones, marble and granite, and taupe, burgundy and black accent colors. These finishes, contrasted by the contemporary elements of stainless steel and clean lines, produced a transitional, sophisticated banking environment.
Hayden Design was awarded the top honor of “Best of Show” for Design Excellence by IIDA (International Interior Design Association)
Project Architect: Lambert Architecture