PHOENIX, ARIZONA (PRWEB) JUNE 14, 2017
When commercial real estate leader Cushman & Wakefield wanted to make a huge impact in their Phoenix office, they reached out to Immedia Integrated Technologies. The result was a branded lobby that uses cutting-edge technology to differentiate the real estate company and warmly welcome guests.
Immedia was hired to implement comprehensive audio-visual upgrades across Cushman & Wakefield’s state-of-the-art office. Across the five conference rooms and video-conferencing suite, Immedia used Cushman & Wakefield’s corporate standard of Mersive Solstice, a wireless video-sharing device.
But when it came to the lobby, they wanted something more than standard. Immedia collaborated with Cushman & Wakefield’s interiors team, RSP Architects, to design its first organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display. They reached out to NoleWork to build the custom housing for the double-stacked display of transparent televisions.
Stacked on top of each other, the OLED display is an impressive 96” tall column of glass. Installed in front of a window, it makes for a striking visual that allows guests to see the branded Cushman & Wakefield content while also being able to look out the window.
Across the rest of the facility, Immedia used Crestron’s Basic Presentation Controller, a simple, wall-mounted controller. This enables employees to use all of the rooms in the same way, which streamlines functionality and maintains a consistent feel.
“It was exciting to work with both Cushman & Wakefield and RSP Architects, two of the premier players in the commercial real estate industry, both locally and nationally,” shared Zachary Toporek, a sales engineer at Immedia. ““They relied on us to bring some cutting-edge technology to them, and we were able to make a big statement that represents pure collaboration among all parties. The OLED display defines the Cushman & Wakefield brand while adding a focal point to the lobby. It’s one simple, clean installation in the middle of the entryway that encapsulates the rest of the design.”