Our goal was to achieve stunning, visual harmony using new design elements in a rustic, industrial setting.
Commercial showroom design is the three dimensional expression of a company’s brand and must physically embody what the brand represents in experience, character and style.
We designed this display to creatively illustrate to potential customers, the versatility of a solid, man-made material generically recognized as “quartz”.
Four different colours were used throughout the display and people can interact with the brand on a tangible level; they can touch it, study it, and most importantly, be inspired by it.
A multi-pattern, layered quartz feature wall behind the range hood mimics the original brickwork, highlighting the interaction of old and new.
Different counter thicknesses as well as a variety of edge profiles show not only what is available but also what is possible within one space.
To ensure this kitchen is well balanced, dark gray slab doors are mixed with a simple white shaker door to show the juxtaposition of modern with traditional.
Dark gray cabinets mimic the original concrete floor. Posts and beams are left exposed and their colour and rough finish are used as inspiration for the island tabletop and the cap of the new half wall at the back of the display.