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Design of Bennett Consulting Offices Achieves Vintage TV Look

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Courtesy of Method Studio Inc.
The mid-century modern aesthetic of the interior begins with pendant lighting in the lounge area and conference room.
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2012 Award of Merit

Interior Design/Tenant Improvement Category

Bennett Consulting

Salt Lake City

The consulting offices of former Utah state Sen. Bob Bennett are located on the 19th floor of a sleek modern building in downtown Salt Lake City. The premise of the 4,300-sq-ft design is based on the hit TV show "Mad Men."

The mid-20th-century American aesthetic of the interior begins with pendant lighting in the lounge area and conference room and continues through to carefully selected pieces of vintage furniture and accessories. Several of the pieces were ones that Bennett collected. A key challenge was coordinating, gathering and locating these items within the design and blending new pieces with them.

Key Players

Owner: Bennett Consulting Group, Salt Lake City

Design: Method Studio Inc., Salt Lake City

General Contractor: Bonneville Builders, Salt Lake City

MEP: Spectrum Engineers, Salt Lake City

Entry submitted by Method Studio Inc.


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