Area: 60 m



In commercial projects, the lighting choice becomes a very important step. Besides illuminating and emphasizing the products, it requires low energy consumption and harmless effect.

LED technology was chosen in focus areas, while fluorescent lighting was used for general lighting.

One of the largest focal points in this project is the wallboard niches, created to frame the blinds and distributed on the two opposing walls. As expositors were needed for the blinds, wood sliding panels were used for the windows, allowing customers to see the blind models in natural lighting situation, inside and outside the shop.

At the panels’ bottom, drawers were created for storage.

To complete the area, central islands furniture was designed with drawers, providing support for samples and storage space.

Niches in wallboard created to frame the blinds. Central islands in joinery with drawers provide support for samples and storage space

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