Renova showroom – Work in progress

Kingston Lafferty Design have been working on quite a few other projects over the last few months as well as the house at Mount Pleasant Square. One of these is a showroom for newly branded company Renova. The company sets to provide a one stop shop for the deep retrofitting of existing residential properties. The idea is that they will improve your energy rating by installing all of the necessary technologies and appliances including new windows, ventilation systems, underfloor heating, internal and external insulation, to name but a few. 

They have teamed up with us at Kingston Lafferty Design so that we can work along side them to provide the customer with an updated design for their home, be it a simple kitchen refit right through to an overall new spatial layout and updated interior design, joinery design and material and furniture specifications. We are currently working hard on the showroom design and detailing. 

The showroom, which is located in Kilmacanogue (beside Avoca!) is undergoing construction at the moment. We have designed the layout of the space and are currently designing all of the joinery and choosing all of the finished, furniture and other items. It is very satisfying to see a project unfold so quickly. You can see some of the construction photos below, and finished photos will follow in the next couple of months.

A view into what will be the finishes station, walk in wardrobe and main bathroom
A view from the entrance into the kitchen area
Displays for counter top options and kitchen door options. Display works as a wall for the meeting room
View from kitchen into living area
Meeting room into office area. A glass partition will be fitted on the right
View to finishes station, walk in wardrobe and bathroom
second bathroom and corridor between kitchen
View into living room
UEL Flagship showroom design

Upper-cross  Enterprises  Limited  Flagship  Showroom Design.

This project involved creating a space to showcase the products supplied by UEL for trade and private client retail. The space began as a standard office fit out within a ware-house in Tallaght business park.

The most important aspects of the design were to create an exciting spatial journey and to provide the visitors with an overall  experience.  By  challenging the usual style  of  showroom we combined  concepts  to frame the  spaces  and  provide  an  unexpected,  mutli-level pathway  throughout  the suites,  ensuring that every suite would be seen along the journey.

Clean lines + geometrical   forms   fuse   with   raw   materials   to compliment  the  products  and  continuous,
copper lighting  showcase  additional  piping  products

in  an inventive way
Below are images from before when the space started out as a
run down office space within a warehouse, before being transformed into a strong, flagship showroom.