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Davis & Warshow Showroom, NYC

Davis & Warshow Showroom, NYC

Davis & Warshow Showroom, NYC

The Davis & Warshow kitchen and bath showroom  combines four formerly separate spaces into one.

The entrance tunnel creates a visual focus on the company logo, which is back-lit using a series of videos of flowing water, the primary element connecting all products. The products are displayed by category, grouped on islands that leave the space's sight lines uninterrupted. Lightboxes that hang from the ceiling feature vignettes of various mirrors from different epochs.

The Davis & Warshow kitchen and bath showroom  combines four formerly separate spaces into one.

The entrance tunnel creates a visual focus on the company logo, which is back-lit using a series of videos of flowing water, the primary element connecting all products. The products are displayed by category, grouped on islands that leave the space's sight lines uninterrupted. Lightboxes that hang from the ceiling feature vignettes of various mirrors from different epochs.

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