In the gaps between them, LED tape lights illuminate the panels indirectly. Floors are polished concrete. Along the sidewalls, products line the floating acrylic shelving units; the shelves themselves are edge-lit by hidden LEDs. Overhead, a custom triangular LED light fixture frames the edge of the paneled surface where it stops to expose the ceiling. The reception desk was custom designed and fabricated out of white Caesarstone in a faceted pattern to complement the walls. The paneled surface splits to create an entrance to a cove-lit corridor with treatment rooms on either side. Direct lighting in the rooms comes from large round lenses set in the lowered ceiling, while indirect lighting emerges from perimeter coves, which also conceal air supply vents. The walls — where not concealed by full-height counter and storage units — are covered in wallpaper with a linear, textured pattern.
Access to a mezzanine through an office provides additional storage and space for technicians. One treatment room features a shower lined in white and gray penny tiles. The bathroom at the end of the hall is surface covered completely in black penny tile with a backlit mirror providing illumination.
The Architect’s Newspaper: https://archpaper.com/2017/12/2017-design-awards-lighting-indoor/#gallery-0-slide-0