Immersive Design Experiences With Studio K – Based in Illinois, Studio K was created by Karen Herold back in 2014 with the goal of building a diversified team of creative and forward-thinking brand strategists, visionaries, masters of aesthetics, and technical designers to provide end-to-end design solutions for all projects. Today, the Modern Chandeliers blog is exploring Studio K and its best projects. Keep reading to learn more.
Immersive Design Experiences With Studio K
The major goal with this project was to produce a design that pays homage to the brand’s history without resorting to clichés. Japanese design ideas are used in the different spaces to guide design decisions and produce a genuine interior that feels fitting for the grungy west loop neighbourhood. Natural materials were used, and the proportions were experimented with to produce a dramatic environment that expresses a modest approach to luxury.
Little Momma is a happy, carefree haven that evokes pleasant feelings of nostalgia while seeming modern. An purposeful fusion of light, natural wood, and bright, saturated colours produces a welcoming ambiance that is comfortable, but modern art and a hint of neon keep the space feeling new.
BLVD is an amazing and inspiring place. BLVD soaks up the seductive energy of a special occasion, encouraging guests to dress to the nines. From the shimmering lighting to the gold mirrors, rich fabrics, and sumptuous accents, BLVD seeps in the tempting energy of a special occasion.
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Bugsy & Meyers
Bugsy & Meyers was inspired by Bugsy Siegel and the iconic era in which Flamingo derives its reputation. The idea that you could have a secret meeting in the back of a store or restaurant from the mob times was a big inspiration to the guest experience. Here, you can live that experience in a contemporary fashion.
Girl & the Goat
The light wood floors and natural fibre furniture, as well as a generous use of flora throughout the interior and covered patio, represent the bright and breezy LA atmosphere. The wide, L-shaped open kitchen and the layered combination of organic and industrial elements like concrete, terra cotta, and corten steel are nods to the original restaurant.
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