The client did not want any yellow tones which increased the difficulty during procurement, he continues. "The 19-20" wide panels were each book matched with two leaves and the client wanted to see the cathedral. Each panel was pressed in a vacuum bag due to its pillowed profile. Ordinarily we would apply 40 I designsolutions fall 2020 veneer in our hydraulic heated press, so the 2-3 panels per day became quite tedious considering there are over 150 individual panels in the project. As for finish, durability was a concern since this is a mix use space but the designer was looking for as low sheen as possible. We ended up using a five sheen ultra-clear conversion varnish." Outstanding Elements The doors that join the vestibule to the conference room and the vestibule to the living room were quite complex, notes Taylor. "The door functions as you would expect but when opened it recesses into a pocket that creates a flush condition cased opening. The difficulty of this condition is compounded as both sides of the jamb tie in with the wall paneling. Slight floor variations made the installation of these items exceptionally difficult. These two openings best display the level of skill throughout our organization from the engineering and fabrication to the final installation."