AMERICA FIRST CU
TRADITION IN TEXTURE
Create brand recognition and an interior environment where clients and customers can feel the difference. It all starts with texture.
The Mare pattern makes waves in tradition in this long-standing and trusted credit union.
As the specification standard for new America First Credit Union locations, the Mare pattern is a classic and calming surface texture. Featured in each individual office, together with Bott Pantone Architects, AFCU created a space that invites confidence and comfort while discussing financial goals and financial growth opportunities.
America First Credit Union, founded in 1939 in Salt Lake City Utah, has branches all across the state of Utah. Their mission of service extends farther than helping people develop and maintain financial well-being. With a history of service in the state of Utah, AFCU needed an interior that matched their culture of community.
Bott Pantone Architects and their creative vision brought the AFCU interior experience to the level of their services and promises. Bott Pantone Architects, established in 1959, has been in operation in the Intermountain West for over 50 years. Their ‘goal is to provide innovate and sustainable design solutions combined with thorough, precise technical and administrative services.’ (Bott Pantone Architects)
Bott Pantone Architects are experts in work completed in ‘a wide array of innovative designs ranging from residential to commercial, religious and institutional work. Recognizing that each project presents a unique set of challenges requiring the development of a primary design concept /idea in response to the needs of a specific client, program, site and budget, Bott Pantone Architects approaches each design task as an opportunity to develop and reinforce that concept.’