Plico at the Flatiron

PLICO wins Interior Design Magazine’s 2016 Best of Year Winner for Office Transformation

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PLICO wins Interior Design Magazine's 2016 Best of Year Winner for Office Transformation
PLICO wins Interior Design Magazine’s 2016 Best of Year Winner for Office Transformation

The most famous Flatiron Building is the New York icon by D.H Burnham and Company. But Oklahoma has a version, too, completed a couple of decades later: a triangular hotel in blond brick and painted steel. Leave it to Interior Design Hall of Fame member Rand Elliott to transform this long-abandoned landmark into a lantern of delight, in his words “a project with soul.” Hired by a company that insures medical professionals, he converted the building into office space and added a penthouse for a total of 20,000 square feet… 

Visit Interior Design online to read the full story and e-a-a.com to learn more about this project.  

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