The Camp at The Works was a unique project where the client was open to the designers’ more unconventional ideas. This collaboration turned out to be a fun and enjoyable experience for all parties involved, including the client, the design team, and local artists. The project focused on creating an outdoor space that was both functional and visually pleasing. The park lighting was a key aspect of the design, as it added an element of ambiance and warmth to the area. The finished product was a great place for a social distance happy hour, as it provided a comfortable and inviting space for people to gather and enjoy.
The project was highlighted in the October edition of the Park Living magazine, which featured an article about the project. The article showcased the different design elements that were used to create the unique and exciting space. The use of natural materials and local artists helped to create a sense of community and connection to the surrounding area. The park lighting was particularly praised for its ability to create a warm and inviting atmosphere, even during the evening hours.
Overall, The Camp at The Works was a successful project that blended functionality with creativity. The client’s willingness to embrace more eccentric ideas resulted in a unique and exciting space that was enjoyed by many. The project was also highlighted in a popular magazine, which helped to showcase the talents of the design team and local artists. If you are in the area, it’s definitely worth a visit to check it out and possibly have a social distance happy hour with friends.
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