Fifty Flowers

Fifty Flowers is inherently tied to its sister location in Ecuador, and this relationship is a significant part of the culture of the workspace. The new office brings Ecuador and Idaho together in a meaningful and visually impactful way. Highlighting both similarities and differences between the two to create visual interest and harmony, the play on contrasts and cohesion is significant. The designer selected a color palette found in the natural landscapes of both locations, and added pops of color inspired by the floral industry. Where the natural landscapes may share similar colors, the culture and architecture are quite different. Varied lines, colors, textures and patterns found in Ecuador cityscapes is a contrast to Idaho’s more formal and muted buildings. Blending the rigid and formal with variation of lines, color, and texture creates a dynamic interior. The reception area embodies who Fifty Flowers is as a company: progressive, technological, and passionate.