Coleman Street Reception/Common Parts
A visual interest curved shape wall in the reception area drives people through the entrance of the building. The european oak battens on it create a consistent linear texture intensified along the bottom to create a visual interest alternating with different depths of batten.
The cove lighting from the ceiling provides a soft effect to define the high-class aesthetic of the wooden cladding in its entirety. Achieved by incorporating a LED strip above the ceiling pocket, this method subtly emphasises the feature whilst also hiding the lighting system hidden.
The reception desk designed with a solid piece of marble visuallly contrasts the surrounding fit out, with its stylish carrara cladding occupies a prominent/pivotal position in the entrance area.
Top-bottom fixed veneered timber screen spanning from floor to ceiling consists of reinforced battens of various depths and heights. The rhythm is gradually intensified along the first flight of stairs matching the solid panelling wrapping the entire lift shaft through the building.