Space Projects - Skoda Concept - January 2011
Space Projects Ltd
interior design, interior designers, Retail Design
Illustrated is the new Arnold Clark concept for Skoda Edinburgh completed this week –13th January 2011. From a standing start Space Projects designed, detailed, contract managed and implemented this completely bespoke centre in twelve weeks including the stripping out of the existing structure.
From the bespoke rugs, chair materials, customer consultation areas, lighting specification, mechanical and electrical layouts, removing of the rear of the building to dealing with a seemingly impossible height issue towards the front of the property, all problems required quick practical head on thinking in order to deliver a trading unit to the client on time.
Splitting the unit on the diagonal coupled with the ramped entranceway deep into the retail space the customer is immediately greeted by an unusual, almost birds eye perspective of displayed vehicles upon arrival, making the transition into the space much more impactful than would normally be the case within a car showroom. The drama is further enhanced by an amphitheatre type staircase at the top of which cars are displayed in a fanned shaped pattern, feature car rotating in the background before then being bounced onto the reception desk, customer consultation areas and lounge area beyond. With hints and flashes of corporate green throughout the environment has been designed to be fresh, bright, modern, efficient, and customer friendly, and if a wait of any kind is required the rear of the unit has been opened up to offer an unrivalled 180° view of the firth of forth which we challenge any dealership to beat on any kind of day.
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