Waterfall forms the focal point in a corridor space of a medium sized central London commercial office.
The glass art feature wall enhances the visual elements of the commercial office’s minimal interiors. Inspired by water imagery, the design is integrated aesthetically and structurally complimenting the ambience of the space. A close collaboration between the interior designers and lighting specialists aspired to achieve an elegant design solution.
Waterfall also became a signature piece for the clean, crisp, contemporary brand image of the hedge fund management company. The brief was fulfilled to the point that an image of the piece has been incorporated into their website and publicity images.
Collaboration with the interior designers and lighting designers was integral to the design installation of an artificially back lit panel within a controlled environment.
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