Architects working on the San Diego Women’s Detention Facility say Norix pushed the envelope, brought new ideas and worked as a partner in creating a humanistic feel in a detention environment. Watch video interviews with three key individuals who worked on the project.
On a hot and humid day in West Chicago, 24 Norix Furniture employees had the chance to cool off and join the movement to raise funds and awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. Oh, and we challenge: Kanche Associates, MidAtlantic Plus and Real Time Detention.
This guest blog post was written by Sarah Wilson, Marketing Manager for UL Environment’s Furniture business division. Sarah has worked in the marketing of products and services for the commercial interiors industry for more than 10 years. She has expertise in the testing, inspection
Norix Furniture has worked with a project team aimed at humanizing correctional facilities. The new San Diego Women’s Detention Facility by using art, interesting color, landscaping and aesthetically pleasing furniture. The goal of the design is to reduce recidivism and inmate violence. Watch interviews and
Visitors to the American Correctional Association Conference on Aug. 15-18 will have the chance to view Norix Furniture’s newest products for detention environments and have the opportunity to watch video interviews with architects that Norix worked with on a project aimed at humanizing a
A correctional facility in San Diego County that is currently under construction has been designed to humanize what have historically been institutional and sterile detention environments. The San Diego County Women’s Detention Facility (SDCWDF) is a $221 million project that is currently being constructed