US District Court

Northern District of California • 2002 to Present

Working in concert with Senior Judge Charlews Breyer since 2002, we have produced community-centric art programs located throughout the
US District Courthouses in the Northern District of California. The programs are designed and producted by Business Image Group utilizing images of the local community the Court services history including with detailed educational narratives. Hyper-resolution reproductions New Deal murals from Coit Tower and other locations were added to the program beginning in 2014 when we restored and framed the original Thomas Laman murals for the McKinleyville courthouse.  Approximately 100 mural reproductions ranging in size to 14 ft, are now installed throughout the San Francisco and San Jose courtrooms. 

The full program covers all of the courts public space, jury rooms, courtrooms and chambers in the Norther District of California, over 1,500 pieces in totality.

All framing and installation for this program was produced by Eco Framing locally and this project is ongoing.

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US District Court, Oakland
US District Courthouse• Lobby • Oakland

Original New Deal murals, US District Court, McKinleyville by thomas Lamen

Mural Restoration
Anne Rosenthal
Picture Woods



Washington Hospital

Hospitals and Clinics • 1998 to Present

Art programs for the Washington Hospital campus were created by Business Image Group using images drawn from the local community’s history paired with contemporary landscape photography. This approach was integrated with the organization’s community centric brand strategy for healthcare. the content created for our programs is drawn entirely from the local areas history and contemporary landscape photogarphy.  

Eco Framing produced all the framing and installations throughout the  hospital campus and clinics since 1998, culminating with the new Morris Hyman Pavilion Hospital in 2018. The picture framing uses US-milled sustainable mouldings in cherry and maple milled and finished by Larson Juhl

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Morris Hyman Pavilion Atrium, new critical care hospital of Washington Hospital
Morris Hyman Pavilion Atrium • Critical care hospital Washington Hospital, Fremont, California


Gary Rogers Boathouse

UC California Rowing Crew, “Cal Crew”

Designed and produced exhibits for the Rowing Center depicting the history and story of the famous UC California Rowing Crew.
Content was scanned to create high-resolution ‘legacy’ files and digitally mastered for select pieces used in feature exhibits. Caption information was refined to accompany presentations, with digital printing, bronze and cast signage, custom framing, and installation.

The Gary T Rogers Foundation cvontinues to contribute to the community of Oakland and beyond focused on education
“Since 2003, the Rogers Family Foundation has been committed to improving educational opportunity and achievement for all Oakland students. We believe all students can and should be ready for kindergarten, can learn to read, can rise to the challenge of keeping pace academically year over year, and can graduate high school prepared for college or career. Their potential and capacity for excellence deserve more investment.”

Cal Crew Rowing Display, Gold Room of Ky Ebright building
Cal Crew Rowing Display, Gold Room of Ky Ebright building
Cal Crew Womens
Cal Women’s Crew
T. Gary Rogers Rowing Center Lobby, Oakland Estuary
T. Gary Rogers Rowing Center Lobby
Cal Crew Olympic Victory Display

Donald Ross Display, Peninsula Club

Peninsula Golf & Country Club

The rich history of the Peninsula Club’s development, architecture, and notable golfers are displayed on prominent walls of throughout the Club. Featured programs designed and produced by Bennett Hall/Eco-Framing include the history of Donald Ross, George Archer and Helen Lengfeld.  Eco Framing was responsible for the precision framing and installation.

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Main Dining Room, Swiss Louis

Swiss Louis Restaurant

Pier 39, San Francisco

This historic waterfront restaurant filled its walls with hand-tinted historical photos of San Francisco, designed and created by Bennett Hall /Business Image Group.

Eco Framing handled framing and installation

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Marketing display of The Bay Club’s 12 facilities

The Bay Club Company

Throughout the Club’s Bay Area facilities, Eco Framing has been responsible for framing and installations dating back to 1984.
these programs included developing FlexFrame to enable instant-changeout of Marketing and personnel displays critical to communication.
Portfolio of FlexFrame Solutions

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Century Plaza Hotel • Fox Exhibit • Rotunda

Century Plaza Hotel

Created exhibits celebrating Hotel’s first 30 years with exhibits including site history of 1926 construction of 20th Century Fox Studios, through its 50th Annivrerary in 1997.
Exhibits showcase the glamour of Fox films and its stars, the development of Century City and the remarkable history of the Hotel itself.
Compiled images from six Presidential libraries, the White House, NASA, 20th Century Fox, the Century City Chamber of Commerce and independent photographers.

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Nancy Reagan touring Ronald Reagan Suite
Nancy Reagan touring the Ronald Reagen Suite exhibits

Ronald Reagan Suite

St Regis Tower, Century Plaza

The project featured vintage photographs showcasing the “Reagan Legacy” and relationship with the Century Plaza , digitally reproduced in museum quality exhibits in gold leaf framing. designed and created by Bennett Hall /Business Image Group

Eco Framing handled framing and installation

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Hills Brothers Coffee Exhibit, dedication plaque
Hills Brothers Coffee Exhibit, Lobby, #2 Harrison St.

Nestle & Hills Bros. Coffee

Organized, reproduced, restored and framed photography and graphics specific to the companies owned by Nestle Beverage Company. The total area of office space covered by the exhibits was ~ 200,000 sq. ft. in the Harrison Street, San Francisco headquarters.
It included hundreds of framed prints, photographs, and FlexFrame content display systems.

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