Interior Design Elements
There’s often occasions when a client requires something a little extra or they have an idea they want turned into reality.
It could be something as grand as a staircase, a bespoke servery, or a reclaimed gymnasium floor.
Using decorative plywood for staircases, and other features, helps to give warmth to a space.
The use of lighting, furniture, and floor finishes in a space can help to make specific locations stand out and become a destination with in a building.
ADG work closely with lighting and furniture designers to get the right impact for a space; whether that’s an entrance hall to a bespoke home or a 4 storey atrium space, getting this right is vitally important to how a space functions.
Combining natural light, with the use of large floor to ceiling windows, natural materials such as wood for flooring and lighting, and robust metal elements for staircases, means wall finishes can be kept clean and simple, and allows the materials to sing.
Welcome desks are often the first thing people see as they enter a space. Creating a bespoke desk with lighting and signage, can often be a show piece for a building occupier.
Atrium lighting scheme
Quite often as architects we have to make a space work harder to be successful. On smaller projects, especially holiday accommodation, a space has to have multiple uses, which is where clever space planning and interior design play a large role.
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