pl en de fr ru

enhotele1

enpozostalewnetrza1

INTERIOR PUBLIC SPACES

Matching the design of a public space to its function is a test of skill for interior designers. It validates their knowledge and the ability to implement it so that key elements of interior public spaces are brought into prominence. Fulfilling technical requirements or ensuring the conformity of the design with the building code are just a start. Arranging law firms' offices or companies' conference rooms requires a different set of elements that lead to interior space cohesion than, say, concert halls, theatres, foyers or places of worship. We place emphasis on yet other features when designing the interior spaces of water pool buildings, spas or hotels (including halls, reception rooms, bar, restaurant and rooms). Although we are aware of certain processes and changes in the field of applied arts, we approach each design and its projected interior space innovatively. Applied arts seek beauty in objects we see and use every day and thus, they provide us with new challenges in terms of functionality and aesthetics. We have a need for creating beautiful objects and surrounding ourselves with them. Our inspired skills and sensibility are complemented by the knowledge necessary to effectively introduce the desired features into our designs.

When designing an interior public space, one needs to closely look at the body of the building and its vicinity. This way we are able to determine what aesthetic guidelines will shape our design - or what we will be creating a contrast for.

A hotel in a city centre requires a different design approach to a lodging house located in the countryside. Both locations, however, have something in common as guests need to feel comfortable and safe in each and every space and interior. Even places of worship need to be functional and beautiful at the same time.

We like to face new challenges, so we are not afraid to join opposites or break them up. In the end it does not matter if the result is the effect of implementing classic or modern solutions. The emotions and well-being of the users of designed interior spaces are the most important. Employees should be happy in their place of work. This effect is the best testimony for an excellent interior designer.