For their second showroom, Clickon Furniture requested a clean backdrop for which their furniture could pop against. Functionally, they required a kitchen and storeroom which were added in the rear of the space as well as reception desk. Their brief was to design an aesthetic which would have clean, sharp lines. McCormack and Studio 103 assisted in bringing their vision to life.
Exposed services were painted out white and the existing floor left in it’s polished concrete state. Black tracklighting, in sharp contrast to the white, spotlights the furniture to enhance it’s features. A plywood feature wall adds an element of sophistication along with the white tiles at the reception counter.