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KCBJ Features DI in Cool KC Workspaces Article

December 15, 2014
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Check it out for yourself here.

Or here’s the shortened version as published in the Kansas City Business Journal on December 12th, 2014:

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The light fixture in Dimensional Innovations’ lobby originally was designed for Caribbean Cinemas’ Silver Sun Theatres and built in the company’s Innovation Lab. With a lobby renovation happening about the same time, DI crated a second “silver sun” fixture for itself.

“This week, we’re featuring Dimensional Innovations, which brings together a unique mix of specialists — architects, graphics artists, brand strategists, filmmakers and designers of multiple stripes (interior, interactive and environmental).

The Overland Park-based design and fabrication firm is at 3421 Merriam Drive, where it claims it can “build just about anything” in its 70,000-square-foot workshop.

During its more than 20-year history, the company has worked with numerous local and national organizations, such as Sprint, Harley-Davidson, AMC Entertainment,Cinemark, Blue Cross & Blue Shield, theNational World War I Museum, and a plethora of sports groups, including the Kansas City Chiefs, the Denver Broncos, the Indianapolis Colts, the University of Michigan, the University of KansasKansas State University, the University of Missouri, and the Big 10 and Big 12 conferences.

Dimensional Innovations’ space includes an “Innovation Lab,” open workspaces, a massive industrial workshop, a “supplies” vending machine and an on-site gym.”

Photo credit: Andrew Grumke, KCBJ

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