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Interior Design

Our Interior Architecture Design team creates solutions deeply integrated within architecture. SLAM projects don’t have a signature look.  It’s not about us. Our interior designs embrace a sense of place and time.  We strive to develop solutions to influence, encourage and support behavior beneficial to our clients’ business.  Our workplace experts are passionate about what they do, to create places that make our clients smarter and more efficient. Our in-house WELL certified professionals bring the first industry standard that is transforming the built environment into a vehicle that promotes human health, wellbeing and comfort for the people who live, work and learn in them.

It’s our job to both lead and collaborate with clients in the process, educate them about options and guide them to make decisions appropriate for their specific project.  



Check out some samples of our work below.

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Sanofi Pasteur
Quality Control Facilities
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Upward Hartford
Innovative Shared Workspace
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BELIMO Americas
North American Headquarters
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Virtus Investment Partners
New Headquarters
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Purpose of Place: Fast forward to the new multiformat meeting

As we continue to talk about the purpose of Place in a post-COVID world, it is important to reflect on why certain activities take place during the workday and how the physical and virtual environments can support them. Meetings, for example, are an ancient ritual. - Monika Avery

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SLAM completes Doylestown Health phase three ICU/IMU floor

Philadelphia, PA – June 16, 2021 –  SLAM (The S/L/A/M Collaborative) (formerly CBRE | Heery Design Group), in partnership with Doylestown Health, has completed phase three of the new $54 million, 100,000-SF, three-story addition to Doylestown Hospital, called the Cardiovascular and Critical Care Pavilion. Opened in April 2021, phase three marks another milestone in the hospital’s commitment to expanding care for their most vulnerable patients, with the fit-out of a new 32-bed intensive/intermediate care unit on the Pavilion’s third floor. 

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Purpose of Place: Introducing the Hybrid Workplace

In this launch workplace-related series, I will examine the purpose of place through the lens of a hybrid workplace and the importance of designing physical environments that rebuild safety and trust for employees. - Monika Avery, IIDA


We’re always on the lookout for talent in our areas of expertise. Check out some of our current openings below.

Interior Designer
Los Angeles, CA
Junior Interior Designer
Los Angeles, CA
Junior Interior Designer
Glastonbury, CT; Orlando, FL