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DAISY & BIRD FLORAL DESIGN

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DESIGN GOALS:  The new studio space for Daisy & Bird Floral Design had a few prominent structural elements that needed to be factored in before we could begin on developing the design!

Running alongside the studio’s two exterior walls are eight metal support posts, each protruding about 5 inches into the room.  Each of these posts are irregularly placed from one another, creating a potentially unusable cavity of space between them.  To make use of every available inch of space, we started by positioning custom-length shelving between each post and thus ensuring that no cavity was left unfilled.  The owner Caitlin had some existing shelving units that she had hoped to use alongside those back walls, however the standardized dimensions of the prefabricated metal shelving units, paired with the unique placement and protruding depths of the metal structural posts, didn’t lend itself well to this application.  Alternatively, we were able to make use of them by situating them on the periphery of the Studio, creating a gentle partition separating the workspace from the surrounding area.

We wanted to provide Caitlin with a light, bright and inspiring interior environment that would not only be a space that she would enjoy working in each day, but also embody the colours, style and feel of Daisy & Bird Floral Design’s newly updated branding!  By using the structural posts as our guides, we applied five bands of colour along the floor that correlate to each of the five branded Daisy & Bird colours.  This simple and cost-effective design detail introduces a splash of colour to a surface that is often overlooked.  We further decided to carry up a single band of colour along the one wall that would become the backdrop to the circular Daisy & Bird Floral Design wall sign.

We kept the space agile by incorporating adjustable open shelving and wall-mounted hooks to store an infinite variety of essential tools.  Additionally, we proposed a central workbench that could be set on castors to give Caitlin the most flexibility possible.  The choice of lighting was also critical, as it too would be required to adapt in order support the relocation of the workbench.  By using recessed, flush-mounted gimble lights, each light fixture can easily be redirected as desired, while in no way compromising the lowered ceiling height throughout the given space.

Design Tip: Whenever you’re designing a new workspace where you yourself are still in the process of learning how you like your environment set up to be the most conducive and supportive to you, incorporate some initial elements within the design than can be adapted, repositioned and/or adjusted to allow you the flexibility early on to tweak your space as you use it!

GENERAL SERVICE: conceptualize | design | represent

PROJECT TYPE: tenant improvement

PROPERTY TYPE: office

CLIENT WEBSITE: LINK

DAISY & BIRD FLORAL DESIGN

INTERACTIVE 360 TOUR: LINK

DESIGN GOALS:  The new studio space for Daisy & Bird Floral Design had a few prominent structural elements that needed to be factored in before we could begin on developing the design!

Running alongside the studio’s two exterior walls are eight metal support posts, each protruding about 5 inches into the room.  Each of these posts are irregularly placed from one another, creating a potentially unusable cavity of space between them.  To make use of every available inch of space, we started by positioning custom-length shelving between each post and thus ensuring that no cavity was left unfilled.  The owner Caitlin had some existing shelving units that she had hoped to use alongside those back walls, however the standardized dimensions of the prefabricated metal shelving units, paired with the unique placement and protruding depths of the metal structural posts, didn’t lend itself well to this application.  Alternatively, we were able to make use of them by situating them on the periphery of the Studio, creating a gentle partition separating the workspace from the surrounding area.

We wanted to provide Caitlin with a light, bright and inspiring interior environment that would not only be a space that she would enjoy working in each day, but also embody the colours, style and feel of Daisy & Bird Floral Design’s newly updated branding!  By using the structural posts as our guides, we applied five bands of colour along the floor that correlate to each of the five branded Daisy & Bird colours.  This simple and cost-effective design detail introduces a splash of colour to a surface that is often overlooked.  We further decided to carry up a single band of colour along the one wall that would become the backdrop to the circular Daisy & Bird Floral Design wall sign.

We kept the space agile by incorporating adjustable open shelving and wall-mounted hooks to store an infinite variety of essential tools.  Additionally, we proposed a central workbench that could be set on castors to give Caitlin the most flexibility possible.  The choice of lighting was also critical, as it too would be required to adapt in order support the relocation of the workbench.  By using recessed, flush-mounted gimble lights, each light fixture can easily be redirected as desired, while in no way compromising the lowered ceiling height throughout the given space.

Design Tip: Whenever you’re designing a new workspace where you yourself are still in the process of learning how you like your environment set up to be the most conducive and supportive to you, incorporate some initial elements within the design than can be adapted, repositioned and/or adjusted to allow you the flexibility early on to tweak your space as you use it!

GENERAL SERVICE: conceptualize | design | represent

PROJECT TYPE: tenant improvement

PROPERTY TYPE: office

CLIENT WEBSITE: LINK

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