A “cloud” of pre-owned filing cabinets illuminated from within and suspended from the ceiling. Recycled toner cartridges transformed into an inspiring celestial ceiling. Formed foam packing repurposed as sculptural wall finishes, fingerprints of the copiers they once held. Designed as a series of exhibits and experiences, Elliott + Associates envisioned the remodel at ImageNet Carrollton as an opportunity to create a visual narrative of who ImageNet is and the solutions that they provide.

The 9,500 SF project features training, demo, and office spaces that clients tour with the ImageNet team while discussing solutions for their business needs. Exhibits designed by Rand Elliott + Michael Shuck focus on ImageNet’s core principles - information technology solutions, mitigating vulnerability, and reducing waste. Transitioning from a paper-based system to storing information digitally in the cloud can offer greater security against loss, while simultaneously reducing waste. A wall of toner cartridges shows us the waste associated with printing today. Each space becomes a powerful tool for client communication and challenges us to rethink our relationship with waste.
A “cloud” of pre-owned filing cabinets illuminated from within and suspended from the ceiling. Recycled toner cartridges transformed into an inspiring celestial ceiling. Formed foam packing repurposed as sculptural wall finishes, fingerprints of the copiers they once held. Designed as a series of exhibits and experiences, Elliott + Associates envisioned the remodel at ImageNet Carrollton as an opportunity to create a visual narrative of who ImageNet is and the solutions that they provide.

The 9,500 SF project features training, demo, and office spaces that clients tour with the ImageNet team while discussing solutions for their business needs. Exhibits designed by Rand Elliott + Michael Shuck focus on ImageNet’s core principles - information technology solutions, mitigating vulnerability, and reducing waste. Transitioning from a paper-based system to storing information digitally in the cloud can offer greater security against loss, while simultaneously reducing waste. A wall of toner cartridges shows us the waste associated with printing today. Each space becomes a powerful tool for client communication and challenges us to rethink our relationship with waste.