Fagus showroom

Fagus showroom

Architect
Brigada
Location
Vukomeričkaulica 12, 10410 Velika Gorica, Croatia
Project Year
2018
Category
Showrooms
Marko Mihaljević

Fagus showroom

Brigada as Architects

Fagus showroom – a place custom made for carpenters, traders, designers and architects

Carpenters, traders, designers and architects now have a showroom they have always desired - the design concept of Fagus, a new showroom for paints, varnishes and decorative wall and floor coatings located in VelikaGorica near Zagreb. Since Fagus offers a wide range of decoration products as well as products for the protection of wood, flooring and walls in numerous shades, tones and finishes, the entire range of products has been displayed and used in the building and the story of the interior.


The main design feature of the space is a striking long wall where most of the samples can be found. The samples are arranged by category and purpose; visitors can take them in their hands and get the feeling of them, which makes it easier for customers to make decisions and encourages them to try and experiment with the products.


Circular spatial organization and the placement of products along the walls has created an open space with clearly defined zones. The central part accommodates lower tables and exhibition elements that do not disrupt the view of the entire architecture of the showroom.


The central installation hanging from the ceiling was inspired by a wood processing and painting technique. Cut and varnished wooden rods of different lengths have been arranged in a hanging grid, creating a central visual attraction.


Various materials used in the design (concrete, solid wood, veneer, MDF, glass, metal) have been treated with finishes sold by the company, so that customers can immediately see how specific finishes work on actual materials. The gallery offers a gathering and presentation area, which can also be used as alternative office space, and there you’ll also find the kitchen and the dining room.


Regardless of different finishes used, the office space has been made uniform through the shape of specific elements, whereas the selection of colors and furniture has allowed for a more formal ambiance than the showroom, which suits the function of the space.


All of this makes this local company a great example of creating a superior working environment, products and services for clients, partners and employees.

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