Form and volume were used to explore how space can be organized and solve programmatic requirements. A simple rectangle was twisted and shifted to create unique spaces. The ground floor is dedicated to the showroom, defined by the angled display shelves and cut out to the basement mimicking the same geometry. The second floor acts as the principal work space. A single fibre-glass surface that runs more than half the length of the building becomes a shared desk. It peaks above the roof line to become a threshold to the roof deck. The use of canopy windows allows this desk to be used collaboratively both inside and outside.
- Interior Design VIIRN 601InstructorAndrew Furman