May it be a corporate office or a retail showroom, no space is too limited for our design experts. Our list of projects contains interiors of all types, which allow us to exercise our creative mastery and developing each project to become a distinctive identity.
SKROPTOPPIE SCRUBS ROOM
Company Project: Anna Giorgina Interiors
Photo Credits: Anna Giorgina Interiors
After doing research into ‘SkropToppie’, we extracted three keywords that embody the brand: modern, youthful and stylish. These are the words we want people to think when they step into SkropToppie’s very first retail store.
Now more than ever is the time to celebrate our frontline workers. We want this shopping experience to bring just as much joy to our healthcare workers as these scrubs & accessories bring to them.
One way to arrange this marriage between the design world & medical field is to create a space that is functional & practical but also dynamic and interchangeable. In our proposal, we will explore some of the design solutions we wish to include to achieve this.
We want to step away from the sterile and clinical and embrace the SkropToppie mindset of using the colour and pattern of the scrubs and accessories as the main source of colour. Hence using a nude, natural & white colour pattern to really make the SkropToppie stand out from its surroundings.
Company Project: Ray Kilian interiors
Drawings: Ray Kilian Interiors
Adri has been the appointed designer for this project whilst working at Ray Kilian Interiors.
Marios Jewellers takes great pride in sourcing exquisite jewellery from around the world and has the reputation of creating one-off bespoke jewellery. Marios Jewellers have in-store jewellery designers equipped with their own modern area office ready to make a customer’s signature piece
Safety is of importance when it comes to jewellery. Each designer item has its own secure glass box whilst still having a top display for its viewers. The colour of the furniture complements their jewellery and the ceiling logo display & signage brings it all together as a whole.
Company Project: Robert Sherwood
Photo Credits: Maison Mara
Adri has been the appointed designer for this project whilst working at Robert Sherwood Bastille | Maison Mara is a concept store based in a beautiful heritage house.
The Store offers a curated selection of clothing both local & internationally. Simplicity is key. The use of wood brings you a feel of the olden days of this heritage area and together with this clean & neat design makes the space easily accessible for customers to roam & find clothing to their own liking.
By inserting showcases & the right light display clients can now view & shop for the latest products on the market. Built-in shelves are inserted to create a more stable area for heavier products & soft seating is provided for those who wish to sit and have a rest.