Neutral color blocking solved the problem of visually separating a straight 350-foot long corridor without using what could be a monotonous repeating pattern. The goal was to create a sense of rhythm in a visually elongated path that spans several buildings. Four neutral colors and a wood tone serve as the palette for the pattern. The wood toned LVT also acts as a wayfinding signal. It’s used as borders in front of elevators and suite entrances to identify areas for the public. A dark blue accent paint is used to help reinforce this message. The neutral flooring was selected so as not to compete with the existing colored wayfinding signage that identifies the current building.