Village Executive Suites
courtesy Imago Dei
Village Executive Suites
Jun 21, 2012
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Village Executive Suites_01 VES-Exterior2 The 6,500-square-foot commercial space in Houston was converted from a five-bedroom home.

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Village Executive Suites_02 VES-Lobby2 Common areas double as art galleries.

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Village Executive Suites_03 VES-Lobby Rotating exhibitions of works by emerging and established artists are accessible to the public during quarterly openings. 

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Village Executive Suites_04 VES-Office1 Offices can be accessed daily for hoteling or traditional leases.

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Village Executive Suites_05 VES-Office2 Energy efficient lights illuminate the space, incorporating occupancy sensors wherever feasible.

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Village Executive Suites_06 “Applying [the bright green] to specific walls created a tower within the space and was a subtle way to reinforce the brand without using the logo,” says designer Jeremy Wells. “Green is a positive color symbolizing growth, vitality, and harmony, which are excellent themes for small businesses.”

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Village Executive Suites_07 VES-ConferenceRoom Standard full time offices, along with virtual offices, conference room rentals, and offices by the day feature state of the art technology.

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Village Executive Suites_08 VES-ConferenceRoom2 A materials palette of glass, corrugated metal, clay, and concrete is mixed with splashes of bright hues. 

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Village Executive Suites_09 VES-chair-lamp-detail Wells furnished the space with unique touches like chairs by German designer Konstantin Grcic (left) and Goccia pendant lights from Italy-based Slamp (right). 

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Village Executive Suites_10 VES-Imagodei-Office A 14-foot plate of glass salvaged from a skyscraper is reintroduced as a 6-person workstation for the Imago Dei staff.

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