Boutique Production & Test Kitchen + Ice Cream Shop // 2,600 sf in Millwork Commons district, Omaha, NE.
Coneflower joins Archetype Coffee, Hutch, Sweet Magnolia and Kros Strain Brewing Taproom in the historic Ashton Building adjacent to Hot Shops Art Center. This second location for the esteemed "Farm to Cone" creamery has an increased seating capacity and a Test Kitchen visible to the public. SCOPPA teamed with Morrissey Engineering for mechanical/electrical engineering and Grain & Mortar for interior graphics collaboration.
Workplace // 28,500 sf Tenant Improvement in Omaha, NE.
Omaha-based medical staffing agency LRS Healthcare needed to expand to house their fast-growing, highly skilled workforce. The project called for a dynamic space with flexibility for work from home and in-office staff members. Integrating their inclusive company culture and new brand identity into the design was a priority. SCOPPA delivered a colorful and engaging design with pops of color and space defining planes.
Retail // 5,400 sf Retail Store Renovation in the Old Market District, Omaha, NE.
Ultra-industrious Des Moines-based retail brand RAYGUN naturally chose Omaha's Old Market district for its sixth Midwest location. SCOPPA was tasked with creating a modern, creative, and cost-effective background for display of the brand's witty wares. The project includes the adjacent Vinyl Cup Records within its core & shell.
Civic // New Construction of a 9,000 sf single story Community Center, Nemaha, NE.
Teaming with Morrissey Engineering and InfraStructure, Scoppa was awarded this project out of five submission teams.
Nemaha Community Center
Mixed-Use; Retail, Restaurant, & Office// 15,000 sf
50 Yards away from the Blackstone District’s key intersection at 40th and Farnam Streets, this project will renovate an existing building into a Restaurant and Single Retail Bay at Street Level, Office at Level 2, and add a newly constructed third floor containing market-rate multi-family residential units. Services provided include Re-Zoning, TIF Application Preparation, and complete Architectural Services.
Multi-Family // Interior Renovation of Lobby Common Areas and Clubhouse
The design for Pinhook Flats apartments Leasing Lobby addressed two main goals: First, create a purposeful destination that serves the Pinhook Flats and Alchemy Development brands, and second, enhance wayfinding cues to direct multiple traffic flows.
A large, under-utilized passthrough space was transformed into a welcoming destination with boutique hotel lobby charm, inviting guests to linger with multiple seating areas and plans for a large, digital concierge interactive touch screen.
Seating space was given a sense of being "anchored" through the use of suspended graphic acoustic felt and floor material/pattern. Pendant lighting of varying scales helps to define and designate space throughout. New furniture and interior finishes reflect the Pinhook Flats brand. Bold floor patterning at elevator and stairs and vivid wall graphics also serve to direct traffic.
Peony Village Improvements
Blackstone Mixed Use
Residential // 360 sf Primary Suite Addition for a Poet and a retiring Creighton Dental School Professor.
A residential project in beautiful Dundee, the Stout Residence encompasses an aging in place design for a primary suite addition. The addition includes a Primary Bedroom, Primary Bathroom, and Laundry Room, with a breezeway leading to the family's quaint, well-inhabited back patio and yard. Several site constraints, including tight city setbacks, the preservation of a keepsake cherry tree and the maximum preservation of exterior windows were carefully considered in the design. Both interior and exterior were designed to create a seamless transition between the historic house and new construction. The design enthusiastically accommodates the family's beautifully curated furniture and artwork. Custom built-ins include wardrobe "closets" and bathroom cabinets that provide shared linen storage access between the Primary Bathroom and adjacent Laundry. Fun fact: The Stouts are parents to Chris, of Omaha-based Roger + Chris.