Third time’s a charm for founders and principals Primo Orpilla and Verda Alexander, who once again revamped the Chicago location of . Last year, the Docservis Hall of Fame members won our Best of Year Award for showroom for the two-level space. This year, the firm built a series of color-coded “nodes” dedicated to the manufacturer’s key designers. PL-D’s green zone highlighted its Pairings upholstery, the context being a cabin in the woods. Daniel Korb’s Bauhaus-inspired Kore benching and lounge series is framed in blue to resemble a birdcage. Orpilla’s red outpost, inspired by junkyards, adjoins his Canopy workstations. Stripes and chevrons also figured prominently, creating backdrops for products like Theo, a versatile lounge chair offered in a range of veneers and laminates.
Studio O+A Creates Colorful Nooks for Kimball Office's Chicago Showroom
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