The Glitz and glamour of Hollywood life during the 1930’s served as inspiration for this urban Entertainment Law Firm. During this era, the Art Deco style heavily influenced all areas of design. With mirrored accents, geometric patterns and gold ornamentation, the Art Deco style was and is beautifully chic.
The purpose of my design was to achieve the allure of Hollywood Regency while maintaining a professional and functional office. The solution was a strategic plan of each space and function that not only allowed for effortless flow but also showcased just the right amount of luxury.
By choosing Succulents I was able to invite nature in while still keeping maintenance low. The color scheme is inspired by the west, the native home of many breeds of succulents, yielding muted tans and corals, ornamented with Navajo and Ikat prints.
Billions of interconnected organisms communicate together to form the natural world. Passing on information from cell to cell leads to growth and evolution.
Much in the same way that plants and other living organisms pass on information, through a complex web of connections, humans can form these connections through social interactions.
Café Novella, a Bookstore-Café, has been designed as a space where knowlege can be interchanged. This space catalyzes such connections through the inclusion of natural light, greenery, and interesting textures and forms - By igniting the audience’s senses, each individual should be energized and inspired to participate and interact with the space and each other.