Gray designed Revity, a new 13,500-square-foot two-story credit union, fully wrapped in a two-toned brick façade accented by dark metal cladding and solar-controlled tinted glass, offering a beautiful view from every angle and optimal sunlight for the interiors. As you enter the double-height glass vestibule, the lobby unfolds into an inviting seating area, spacious teller counter and private offices. The employee-focused second floor offers private offices, executive suites, conference rooms and a collaborative workspace. The strategic use of demountable glass in the offices infuses the space with natural light, fostering an open ambiance that meets staff requirements while accommodating the credit union’s future needs. Versatile marker/tack boards in the offices add functionality while adapting to various color schemes. The boardroom boasts a custom conference table mounted on castors, allowing easy reconfiguration around operable partitions and optimizing space utilization. In the café, Gray illuminated the structural column for aesthetic purposes, chose a touchless cabinet laminate to maintain an unblemished appearance and a three-dimensional white tiled backsplash to add dimension. Subtle muted greens complemented by a neutral palette of grays were integrated into the cabinetry and furnishings, resonating with the company’s rebranding efforts. The carpets and textiles throughout the space incorporate gradients and geometric lines, elevating its visual appeal.