STARTING WITH A BLANK SLATE
Today, Denali serves more than 70,000 members, with assets exceeding $650 million. Their mission is to help members achieve financial success.
Element was given the opportunity to transform a completely blank concrete slate into an eye-catching, interactive and welcoming branch. Through the use of floor patterns, dropped ceiling fixtures, lighting, furniture and millwork we achieved a cohesive inviting space for endless interaction and banking opportunities. Two of the Biggest Architectural features of the space is the arbor over the
9-Screen which is mirrored and expanded over the 24 hr hallway. This was created out of glass panels to help the two areas feel connected.
It was important to our clients and us that we catered to small business clients needs. We achieved this by creating an entire small business center with computer & printing resources, coffee of course, and a video conferencing room.
Some of the key features of this branch are the interactive Kids Zone, 24 Hr Zone where clients can meet with their bankers in their office, open Internet stations, and casual waiting in front of the 9-screen. The area in front of the 9-screen serves many purposes for the branch from internal conference meetings to community involvement and brainstorming.
Since Element is a full service provider of retail integration with a specialty in the financial services and digital industry, they were able to bring in architects, local construction teams, and deliver promotional solutions.