- VT provided a total of 23 doors to the Home Bank project featuring sketch face and metallic inlays
- The multi-veneered sketch face doors featured Quartered Mahogany, Walnut, and Rift Red Oak (random match) with a clear finish
- The flush doors featured a Quartered Walnut (random match) Wilsonart #6277 metallic inlays with a clear finish
Home Bank, located in Indianapolis, Indiana, was chartered in 1890 as a mutual institution which means it is owned by depositors. Home Bank created a gifting program where 10% of the bank's profits were to be allocated to support worthwhile projects addressing the greatest needs in the communities served.
After another door manufacturer abandoned the project, VT stepped up to the plate and provided the architect with insight and guidance regarding veneer layup, veneer selection, and relevant sketch face door information.
With the nearly limitless design possibilities of VT sketch face doors, the architect was able to express creative freedom and utilize the doors as a focal point. Once the architect finalized the design, VT's knowledgeable sales manager was able to provide samples to ensure the architect's vision was effectively translated to the space and met the performance requirements.
VT Industries provided a total of 23 flush doors including custom sketch face doors with metal inlays. The sketch face barn doors featured a variety of veneer species including quartered mahogany, quartered walnut, and rift-cut red oak (random match) all with a clear finish. There were also several quartered walnut (random match) doors with metal inlays and a clear finish.