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Romo Fabrics

  • Year / 2020
  • Category / Office
  • Author / Maber
  • Photo / Atomic Interiors & Shot in the dark

The new HQ for the world-renowned fabrics company, Romo, is a 33,000 m2 development featuring state of the art warehousing, processing plant, offices, gym and canteen set within landscaped grounds in rural Nottinghamshire.

A.39 Diffused - Carlotta de Bevilacqua

A.39 Diffused - Carlotta de Bevilacqua

Tagora 970 Ceiling - S./R. Cornelissen

Artemide worked with Simon Siegel; founder of Atomic Interiors to create a lighting concept that would complement and enhance the architecture and Human experience of the building which is composed of three main elements: Offices, atrium space and warehouse.

Tagora 270 Ceiling - S./R. Cornelissen | Vector 95 Track - Carlotta de Bevilacqua

Aesthetically, the concept achieves a blurring of the boundaries between the faculties of the business, something which the client was keen to achieve. Products that are typically monochrome and flat were given brushed texture and warm finishes normally found with the home. Atomic and Artemide worked to achieve a lighting scheme which does not determine any commodity areas. This was achieved by selecting only primary shapes, formats and a concise pallet of materials that would run throughout the building.

A.39 Diffused - Carlotta de Bevilacqua

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