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Interior design for reception and office Work&Travel Club

Interior design for reception and office Work&Travel Club

Authors: Daniel Paraschiv, Dan Adrian Ionescu
Firm: Simplisim Studio

Mobilier: Signature Home
Builder: ing.elect. Ionuț Dumitru
Finisaje speciale: Artab
Client: Work&Travel Club
Photo: Paul Constantin

Authors’ Comment

Located in Piața Universității, on Elisabeta Boulevard, Number 9, the space designed for the Work&Travel Club is on the ground floor of the building, open to pedestrian traffic, and measures 21 square meters.
Given the client's business, namely the reception, conclusion of contracts and issuance of visas for students who want to travel/work in the USA, the layout requirement was to accommodate the staff who deal with documents and the seating of students who want to travel, during the signing of the documents.
A travel-themed design based on the W&TC brand image was approached: the desk that has the appearance of airplane wings, travel suitcases that have been transformed into seating furniture and clapboard wall cladding, typical of American barns.
The essence of the travel theme is given by the ceiling simulation of the US flag made of white/red/blue LED illuminated stars, 3D printed and suspended from the ceiling.
The space is visually doubled using the mirror cladding of the entire wall and the game is completed by the lighting with decorative filament bulbs, put in place by the contractor.
The entrance was designed as an airport boarding gate and the original parquet and stone cladding were restored, giving it a rejuvenated look.
To keep with the theme of the concept, two wallpapered walls mimicking white brick were chosen, over which tin paintings in various American-themed designs were placed.
The desk was taped with the W&TC logo, and on the mirror a "vanity selfie wall" is delimited by taped dots for students who want to take pictures.
For the privacy of the employees, a glued sandblasting was made at the level of the view on the external window, with the logo and the head of W&TC.
To announce W&TC's visual presence in the University Square area, the starry lighting of the ceiling and the ambient light of the cabins are switched on 24/7.