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Kent Power – New Construction Office Headquarters

Specializing in the construction and maintenance of power lines, electrical substations, cellular towers, natural gas utilities and telecommunications infrastructure, Kent Power provides inside electrical services for commercial and industrial customers. Wanting a new headquarters that reflects their mission and contributes to the development of their employees, Kent Power consulted with Via Design for the architecture […]

Via Design’s Ultra Violet “Glam Room” Celebrates the Color of the Year

For nearly two decades, Pantone has selected a color of the year; a color that serves as an expression of what Pantone sees happening in the world. Its hope is that designers and artists will use this color in their work to inspire and influence our culture. With a 20-member team and nine months of […]

Lorna Sikkema, Interior Designer

Lorna was pregnant with her third child when she began interior design correspondence courses at The Chicago School of Design. The year was 1958, and the cost of tuition was $100 for 52 lessons for which she received and returned assignments through the mail. For Lorna, interior design began as way to express herself. “I […]