Latter & Blum Property Management corporate headquarters features Andy Crawford Photography prints
One of my largest projects to date was recently completed, with several of my architectural and swamp photos being installed at Latter & Blum Property Management’s new Baton Rouge corporate office.
Interior design firm Kenneth Brown Design managed the project, choosing the works from my extensive fine-art gallery. The Latter & Blum office is located at 1700 City Farm Drive in Baton Rouge (adjacent to the Towne Center shopping center).
Kenneth Brown’s vision was to infuse South Louisiana culture into the modern design of the office space. So he called on three photographers, with my photography largely filling the architectural niche — although the company also chose to use some of my swamp landscape photography.
Prints for the private offices measure 48 inches (long side) and were laminated to acoustical tiles to help with sound absorption, but the real jewel of the project is found in the Latter & Blum conference room.
That meeting space just off the lobby is accented with a 15-foot-wide print showing the Baton Rouge skyline just before sunrise. The image was shot specifically for the Latter & Blum project, and was printed on three 5-foot acrylic stand-out panels that draw out all the color and drama from the amazing photo.
Each print was chosen to enhance the aesthetics of the working spaces, with staff members choosing their favorite image to hang in their offices.
Photography featured in the Latter & Blum project are shown below. Each work is available for purchase (NOTE: Watermarks do not appear on prints), and I offer bulk-purchase discounts. Just email me if you would like to discuss adding my artwork to your office spaces.
The prints included in this interior design project are:
Old Louisiana State Capitol Kaleidoscope
Along the Bayou
Louisiana State Capitol & Pentagon Barracks
Vividly Downtown Baton Rouge
Louisiana State Capitol in Reflection