Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.

Located at the Pacific Design Center, this 1250 SF space is the west coast showroom for Martin Patrick Evan—a high end custom carpet manufacturer. The program called for a reception area, work room / kitchen, 4 work stations, a private conference room, 2 separate areas to interact with clients, and display space for approximately 3,000 carpet samples.

While providing a high level of exposure, the showroom’s location in the middle of the floor plate with storefront glass on 3 sides created a challenge to provide the required wall display and private areas called for in the program. The solution was to first separate the space into private and public zones. The private functions were located along the least traveled hall side with the 4 workstations turning their back to the hall. Frosted glass panels were installed into the existing storefront system to give privacy to the work areas while at the same time allowing ambient light from the adjacent hall to filter in. New floor to ceiling frameless glass was installed at the perimeter of the new showroom to create a transparent enclosure. The company’s signature blue glass fins were incorporated into the design to provide the company branding and to also punctuate the entry. To give the small room a sense of spaciousness, a low island cabinet was designed for displaying the carpet samples.