Slate Architecture delivers individualized client environments by drawing on the fullest range of possibilities and current design innovations. We design places and spaces that put the user at the heart of employing best practices, sustainability, and a thorough understanding of our clients’ mission and operation. We listen to you. We design for you. We succeed with you.
We provide comprehensive architectural, master planning, and interior design services.
Travel Design Lounge
A new approach to travel planning, Travel | Design | Lounge combines traditional travel agency practices with a relaxing and inviting lounge space. Stylish finishes and furniture combined with contemporary lighting fixtures give the space a truly modernized look assisting in Travel | Design | Lounge’s mission to providing the best travel experience possible.
Slate Architecture, in partnership with InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) and Anant Operations, provided design services for a restaurant inside the Holiday Inn Downtown in Omaha. Working with IHG and their restaurant prototype, Slate Architecture designed the restaurant to fit within the confines of the existing space. The project was on a fast track schedule and took under four months from start of schematic design to end of construction. Slate Architecture worked very closely with IHG, the Owner, our consulting engineers and the construction company to complete the project on such a tight schedule.
SPH Cancer Center
Slate Architecture was selected by St. Peter’s Hospital to master plan and renovate 7,200 square feet of an adjacent medical office building into the new Cancer Treatment Center (CTC). The former CTC was crowded, lacked daylight and only offered 13 infusion stations. The new CTC provides 27 infusion stations, two exam rooms, and a procedure room. The infusion stations offer patients a choice of private, semi-private and group settings all centered around the helpful healing of natural daylight. A new corridor allows patient access to the meditation garden and links to the existing radiation oncology center.
Birdseye Fire Department
Ash Grove Cement Company
Ash Grove Cement Company chose to construct a new building near their production plant to house not only their administrative offices but also a cafeteria and locker room facilities for all employees. The design includes administrative quar- ters encompassing private offices, conference room, and a reproduction center. Features of the design aesthetic include the extensive use of concrete products, exhibiting the cement material mined and manufactured on site. The building envelope is highly insulated and the mechanical and electrical systems were designed for maximum energy efficiency.
Troop Medical Clinic
Intersystems needed a facility to house their growing business and consolidate from four buildings to one. Major goals of this project included enhancing inter-office communications and giving the space a modern aesthetic. The solution was to create an open office area surrounded by private offices and multiple mail/fax rooms on the perimeter. Private offices were equipped with extra wide, barn style doors with the intent employees would be less likely to close those doors and therefore eliminating a perceived barrier between the private offices and the open office area. Constant dialog between the architect, interior designer and owner as well as the owner’s openness to new ideas and innovative materials resulted in a successful project.