By Yang Wu (Editor)

Atlas of global Interiors, with initiatives incorporated, is a finished portfolio of up to date inside initiatives from around the globe. In nations akin to Iran, United Arab Emirates, South Africa, Morocco, and Tunisia, the background and tradition of specific destinations have been subtly built-in into interiors utilizing leading edge ways. Designers could be encouraged of their look for a stability among the overpowering pattern of globalization and the more and more well known customized layout.

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The inspiration for the design was found in the translation of the virtual to the actual, which is evident throughout the space with interior statements that mimic the playful style of the agency’s own website. Since budgets were tight and there was little money left for art, the designer made the decision to use the flooring as artwork. The result was a random carpet tile pattern that has become a signature for the agency. As floors were joined together, the pixilated pattern actually unified the spaces.

The accent red used to highlight the shaft-like columns, lobby and walls is Schindler’s corporate colour which is appropriated from the Swiss national flag. All other surfaces and furnishings are purposefully left neutral in colour and texture. The overall effect of the composition is like a minimalist painting where a dramatic focus is established with only a few strokes in a neutral field. Translucent acrylic resin boxes are judiciously introduced as lobby furnishings: a reception desk, a coffee table, a bench and lights.

The computer lab is housed in a suspended blue glass rectangle. The open, lime green ceiling grid is used to allow sound to be absorbed by the newly installed black, acoustical material at the bottom of second floor structure. The acoustical material reduced the reverberation time keeping the space “lively” enough for music, but comfortably accommodating spoken communication at lectures, receptions and presentations. 2006 2006 Chicago Las Vegas USA USA School The exhibit was designed with elements of the architecture used at malls and made up of different areas that can be used for different aspects of marketing.

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