By : Ashmi Shah | 15 Mar 2017 | Recent projects
Main criteria was to make both the spaces look different yet not to be contrast with each other. Having a good frontage from the main road, Entry area to the showroom was designed like a lawn to display outdoor lighting range by using artificial grass continuing from floor to wall to ceiling. A small water body to display underwater lighting surrounded by sand finds its place in corner of the lawn.
Fulfilling a requirement of long counter for the executives, a small detail of winding wires in ms frame with back lighting was used in the corner of counter to create a interesting element in design.
Brown antique laminate was kept common in both the spaces that is ground floor and first floor to have a visual connectivity for customers walking in.
The entire colour scheme of First floor was kept dark so that lighting products stand out in its environment, creating warmth and sophistication to the space. This was achieved using Brown antique laminate and chalk board laminate on paneling, furniture, ceiling.
A L-shaped platform for pedestal lamps with two hollow boxes in the ends for table lamps was created like a physical barrier yet giving visual division, defining the walk way around the floor.
Just to add a creative touch in the interiors we added a few hand drawn sketches in the empty areas of paneling with chalk, giving a visual retreat to the customers.
And the final outcome was a Unique “Blond Chic Feel” lighting showroom, created to showcase contemporary Lighting Products.
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