Interior Architecture involves structural problem-solving and creative design for both exterior and interior building design. Interior Architecture focuses on the functionality and usage of a space fundamentally. This form of architecture is not to be confused with ‘Interior Design’ which very much focuses on decor alone. Interior Architecture considers and implements the very fundamentals of architectural principles – providing the proportions, natural light and flow of movement within a space.
Details in every element
Inside and out
Sometimes when the original interior of a building is lost it is better to reclad and introduce a new design concept. This example shows work halfway through on a bar interior where we opted to clad the walls in a traditional Victorian paint finish and panelled format The panels also concealed electrics. When completed it gave the bar a vertical restrained feel to reflect its waiting room railway history