A showroom and camera prep space with a rapid schedule was characterized as the “urban garage”. Recycled scrap aluminum, perforated panels, and polished concrete floors set the industrial aesthetic. WPA artwork emphasizes the power of labor. Flatscreens showcase client productions, indicate client bay assignments and welcome all.
The soaring ceiling cavity provides acoustical attributes in the conference room, where productions are strategized on the white marker wall. Cross-hair designs mark the dado lines. Surface mounted electrical confirms the industrial nature of the space. Creative casegoods as credenza and butcher block custom furniture. Business increased and industry dominance reinforced.
Graffiti art tags the client restroom walls, engaging branding messages. Upgraded fixtures, industrial mirror mounts and concierge personal products meet every client’s need.
Highly technical cinematic camera bays with flicker-free LED lighting exhibit production level standards. Custom drop-down electrical cables eliminate floor strewn cables. Custom designed prep tech carts, camera stands, battery racks, and tables outfit the flexible client spaces. Gear stacks on custom benches for easy reach.
Custom black out curtains hung on aircraft cable create modular bays. Electrified rails, enabling the lighting on cinematic focus charts, centers each bay at exacting specifications. Carpet planks with branded piano key detailing, a moveable asset for this temporary space. 1920’s Bow-truss building, sized at 10,000 square feet.