Denver’s Elements Merges with 3DIdentity to Elevate Branding & Experiential Design Capabilities
elements, a leading integrated interiors partner focused on human-centric design and place-making, has joined forces with Denver-based branding and experiential graphic design firm 3DIdentity (3DID). The combination will allow elements to offer more comprehensive services and expertise.
3DIdentity is the second company to join elements in 2019. Earlier this year, elements acquired ArtPro, which significantly expanded the company’s capabilities to include art and environmental graphic print, production, and design.
“With the addition of 3Didentity’s expertise and ArtPro’s production capabilities, we can streamline the branding and experiential graphic design process for our clients,” said Traci Lounsbury, elements president and co-founder. “It’s our goal to provide the ultimate experience for our clients. Whether they’re looking for complete turnkey branding solutions or simply the resources to execute their vision, they can find it all in one place with elements.”
Founded in 2012, 3DID specializes in helping companies bring their brand to life – from developing brand positioning strategy to designing compelling visual concepts for the print, physical, and digital space. The company’s clients have included SendGrid (now Twillio), Google, Molson Coors, Chipotle, Partners Group, and Vail Resorts.
3DID founders Mike Doody and Manny Pacheco will join the elements leadership team as partners, and the company’s eight employees will move into elements’ 2501 Blake St. location.
“Joining forces with elements allows us to offer a more holistic approach where all the parts and pieces of the interior environment work together to create a more powerful experience for both our clients and the end user,” said Mike Doody, 3DID principal and co-founder. “We look forward to adding our expertise to this incredible multidisciplinary team elements has assembled.”
Including the addition of 3DID and ArtPro, elements now offers comprehensive services through eight fully integrated studios including furniture, manufactured construction, flooring, technology integration, and artwork & environmental graphics.
Though organic growth and acquisitions, elements has grown its workforce by 30 percent in 2019. Earlier this year, the company also purchased a 14,600-square-foot adaptive reuse building at 2495 Blake St., directly adjacent to its building. Plans are currently underway for the company’s expansion into that space in 2020.
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