Original Concept Design
- Architex Upholstery: Used on the Banquet Seats (You’ll see them in the newest design later)
- White Wood Veneer Light fixture: Used as pendants suspended through openings in the ceiling “cloud”
- Small light Pendants: Used over the banquet tables
- Steel Hardware: Used as drawer pulls on the cabinets (either one, I haven’t decided)
- Coalesse Dining and Lounge Chairs: Used for seating in the cafe/lounge
- Pallas Upholstery: Used on the Coalesse Dining and Lounge chairs
- Coalesse Table: Used in a standard size as well as a smaller size to be used with the lounge chairs
- Armstrong Striations Tiles: Used as the flooring in the cafe/lounge
- Ice Stone Recycled Surface: Used as the counter top surface for the kitchenette
- Jonsonite Laminate in Designer White: Used as the surface material for the cabinets in the kitchenette
Cafe/Lounge Design Refined
***The Lighting shown in these images is obviously not the correct fixture that I have specified above. The artichoke pendants are just place holders that will produce light in my Revit model. The real fixtures will be Photoshoped in on top of these fixtures and an inner glow will be added to make the fixture itself look illuminated.
Changes that were made include:
- The kitchenette has been reduced in size
- Partition walls were added to contain the “space” of the kitchenette
- Four sets of six foot long banquet seating have been added to increase the available seating
- The ceiling “cloud” has been reduced to a single piece instead of two separate ones
- More holes have been added which allows for more fixtures.
- Architectural up-lighting will be introduced above the wall element that comes out over the banquet and kitchenette to add interest
The green line in the image shows where the flooring transition will take place. The carpet tiles by Shaw Contract Group will be in the corridor and will transition into the Striations tiles by Armstrong in the cafe area. The shape mimics the ceiling, further enhancing the concept of movement.
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Thank for reading.