The Highline 2100— a new construction and brand extension—pulls from the historical look of The Highline's original tower with a fresh twist.

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A custom art piece gracing the entrance of the building, was created alongside Katrina Stoffel of Alley Poyner Macchietto Architecture and object artist Jason Steady.

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Ten wood panels of varying depth were mounted with original canvas artwork prints and installed piece-by-piece, wrapped with a thin frame of hand-oiled walnut. Final dimensions: 6' tall x 12' wide.

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Art and lighting fixtures pull from the historic star pattern detailing, and mirrored finishes used throughout the original building.

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Since The Highline 2100 features an outdoor pool downtown— a rarity in Omaha— water was also a theme throughout the interior art package.

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ROLES

full brand development  |  art direction  |  web design

 

LINKS

Developer  |  Architect  |  Leasing  |  Jason Steady, Fabricator