Happy Holidays

ID Collaborative blog post

All of us at ID Collaborative would like to thank all of you for making 2016 another wonderful year. We couldn’t do it without our fantastic clients, reps, manufacturers, customer service, the Jersey Mike’s staff, and of course, the wonderful people at UPS and FedEx. Thank you all for your business and support. ID Collaborative will closed the week of …

Things We Love – Nendo’s chocolatexturebar

ID Collaborative blog post

Looking for the perfect stocking-stuffer for a designer in your life? Try a ChocolaTextureBar from Nendo. Nendo founder Oki Sato believes that eating should engage all the senses. These limited editions are embossed with groovy stripes, dots, zigzags, diamonds, and checkerboards, all cast from 3-D printed molds. Traditionalists can opt for bittersweet, milk or white. And for the more daring, …

Mill 800

ID Collaborative blog post, project-spotlight

The development of Mill 800 Apartments involved the historic renovation of Winston-Salem’s Chatham Mill factory, originally built in 1907 for textile manufacturing. Tise-Kiester Architects out of Durham, NC designed the renovation of the complex, bringing ID Collaborative in to space plan, furnish and provide the finishing touches for all of the common areas throughout the apartments. Conceptually, the desire was …

Long Range Planning

ID Collaborative blog post

IDC has created Long Range Renovation plans for Moses Cone Health System, Wellspring Retirement, River Landing at Sandy Ridge and many others to work through 3-5 year renovation projects that have proceeding seamlessly for bringing dated property up to new current client expectation levels.

Fighting Back With Copper

ID Collaborative blog post

If you are not already familiar with our company, you may have noticed from browsing our site that one of our areas of concentration in commercial design is healthcare. Our experience extends from private offices to hospitals, and through many departments and types of medicine including radiology, pediatrics, cancer centers, and behavioral health. There are ever changing trends in this …

Featured Designer: Erin Peters

ID Collaborative blog post

Where are you from? Winston-Salem, NC Where did you go to college? High Point University Name 3 items you MUST have when you travel. Dramamine. Antibacterial hand wipes. Ginger ale. What is your favorite color? Green What is your favorite decade for design? Neoclassical. I like that it’s a cleaner, simpler version of traditional design, & I’ve always loved greek …

We’re Growing

ID Collaborative blog post

ID Collaborative is proud to announce that we are opening a second office in Winston-Salem, NC. If you’ve been in our Greensboro office recently you know that we are bursting at the seams. Just ask anyone who has tried to give a presentation in our conference room. Our new office is located at 1016 W. 5th Street in downtown Winston-Salem, …

Working with the design team of Mannington Commercial

ID Collaborative blog post

Working with the exceptional design team of Mannington Commercial, Nancy Borum along with other senior living design specialists assist in finalizing the future products which will make up the 2017 line for use in senior interiors.

Products We Love: Patcraft’s Classically Composed

ID Collaborative blog post

ID Collaborative recently completed a renovation of the assisted living facility, Deacon Pointe, at Twin Lakes Retirement Community in Burlington, NC. The renovation included a main corridor, one of the primary arteries connecting various buildings on campus. With that said, one of our top priorities was finding a carpet that would withstand the intense foot, cart, walker and wheelchair traffic …