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Porcelanosa, London

Porcelanosa, London This is a £5.5m flagship scheme for Porcelanosa in Fulham. This retail showroom and office building was designed by one of our leading design architects as a landmark centre for Porcelanosa in England.
The site is located in the Conservation area of Fulham, next to Wandsworth Bridge Road. The four storey building with a modern architecture includes three floors of showroom with offices and staff accommodation on the top floor. The quality of detail in this project has been the driving force for producing memorable showroom spaces manifesting the client's products as well as modern office accommodation.

The interior design architecture is formed around a glass lift and staircase with a lift pit covered with glass mosaic tiles. Sunshine and artificial lights penetrating through the glazed roof over the lift and stair core produces a shaft of sparkling light through the building to Lower Ground showrooms. This has transformed the vertical circulation into a modern architectural art form. The external fades of the building are designed with use of two metallic silver and white paneling materials and glazed screens set on a number of planes to produce a dynamic form.

Porcelanosa, London
This is a £5.5m flagship scheme for Porcelanosa in Fulham. This retail showroom and office building was designed by one of our leading design architects as a landmark centre for Porcelanosa in England.
The site is located in the Conservation area of Fulham, next to Wandsworth Bridge Road. The four storey building with a modern architecture includes three floors of showroom with offices and staff accommodation on the top floor. The quality of detail in this project has been the driving force for producing memorable showroom spaces manifesting the client's products as well as modern office accommodation.

The interior design architecture is formed around a glass lift and staircase with a lift pit covered with glass mosaic tiles. Sunshine and artificial lights penetrating through the glazed roof over the lift and stair core produces a shaft of sparkling light through the building to Lower Ground showrooms. This has transformed the vertical circulation into a modern architectural art form. The external fades of the building are designed with use of two metallic silver and white paneling materials and glazed screens set on a number of planes to produce a dynamic form.

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