Our Minneapolis story begins behind the fur vault on the 5th floor in the Dayton’s Building in downtown Minneapolis. We began selling furniture there, before earning our own dedicated space within the department store.
Dayton’s Contract Department become independent from Dayton’s Department Store in 1953. The focus was on planning and furnishing offices for corporate clients in the Twin Cities. In 1969, after becoming a Steelcase dealer, we moved into the LaSalle Court Building and changed our name to Dayton’s Commercial Interiors.
In 2012 we embarked on the first full renovation since taking over multiple floors in the historic Young Quinlan building in downtown Minneapolis. The outcome of our year-long journey is a workplace that does something different than it did in the past. Our people now come together in a space that delivers not only what they want, but what they need to be engaged with their work and each other. This truly demonstrates the power of place.
Our office furniture showroom is designed to highlight the newest products, finishes, and planning methodologies. Vignettes feature modern, traditional and innovative products and accessories.
The Local Buzz
Accenture desired a collaborative, flexible and open workplace that celebrates the Accenture brand while maintaining a local character. The space was to be technology-rich, with easy to use plug-and-play technology throughout the space. This project leaps another step forward in the evolution of the modern workplace with an emphasis on flexibility, technology integration and a variety of spaces that support and encourage interaction and collaboration.Read more
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