Highland continues its relationship with Elizabeth Arden when they completed a 50,000 sq. ft. build out and rebranding in Stamford, CT. Using beauty products as metaphors for the space, Highland created tinted conference rooms meant to reflect perfume bottles. A 40 foot curving acrylic wall made with 8,000 real makeup brushes was also created and can be viewed from the reception area. Supergraphics of product shots were used across the building atrium giving the space color and energy. The piece de resistance is a rectangular chandelier made of L.E.D. lights integrated into real, glass perfume bottles.