A pivotal aspect of the DL/28 design was the creation of a versatile array of private hire rooms, independent of the members’ spaces. These rooms are easily adaptable or combinable, accommodating various events, from intimate meetings to 50-100 seat presentations or even a grand 200-person drinks reception. The lower-ground level hosts meeting rooms organised around a generously sized central break-out space.
Health and well-being are foundational elements in the DL/28 design. Drawing inspiration from mid-century architecture, the design approach was to organise spaces with solid walls and translucent screens, playfully framing and delaying views to instil a sense of fluidity and anticipation. The manipulation of natural light is a focal point, with strategically placed surfaces capturing subtle plays of moving shadows or reflections bouncing off rippling water.
An enduring base palette, featuring crown-cut European oak, green terrazzo, patinated bronze, and neutral textiles, establishes a sense of richness and warmth. This foundation is punctuated by coffered ceilings and bold curved forms, serving as visual markers that culminate in a dramatic conclusion to the architectural journey.
Sesann sofa by Tacchini
Pipistrello table lamp by Martinelli Luce
Cirio Circular Multi-Pendant by Antoni Arola for Santa & Cole
Steltman chair by Rietveld Originals
Tobi-Ishi table by B&B Italia
Kevi 2534 chair by Jørgen Rasmussen for Engelbrechts
Trieste shelving unit by SCP
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