Nikki Klugh Design Group (nikkiklughdesign.com) and nonprofit organization No More Empty Pots have come together to create a beautiful space to support their programs and partnerships that address food security, education and economic opportunities.
Nikki Klugh and her team will redesign six spaces in the Greenhouse Building at the Seventy5 North Property to create an inviting space for the community and pay homage to No More Empty Pots’ core values: education, stewardship and sustainability. The Greenhouse will provide year-round, vertical farming of fresh produce, a space for local chefs and community members to prepare and store food, a research lab for product development and a classroom space for educational programs.
No More Empty Pots’ grand opening is set for December 8. The Greenhouse will showcase reclaimed wood in the form of beautifully rich wood on the walls and furniture pieces that provide warmth up each space. Their team will be using supportive and comfortable chairs carefully sourced from local firm, AOI.
Nikki Klugh Design Group is an Omaha based design firm that focuses on creating Sacred Spaces for their discerning clientele by using a special practice of Designing to the Senses. Paying attention to all those details that make a space special and sacred for each client is what they specialize in. For more information, visit nikkiklughdesign.com.