2 Levels Stories
The showroomâ€™s interior architecture is conceived as a sequence of interrelated sculptural elements. Spatial relationships, created through dislocation of form and axial alignment, influence customer use of space and clue one into its bi-level organization. These elements, an entry bridge and portal, central stair, and cash counter, establish a decidedly understated and discrete counterpoint to the display of the storeâ€™s high style furniture and architectural accessories. Transcending style, the image is modernist, purposely minimal, but precisely detailed.