Retail Interior Design - Redwah Project

Adam Wildman is a creative soul with a talent for making custom lighting solutions. With a passion for Steampunk, Adam reached out to Redwah to produce a retail interior design concept that would allow him to display varying styles of lighting fixtures, as well as showcase his in situ pieces. Ruth provided Alma Lighting Showroom with venue concepts including, design direction flooring, all finishes and sketch detailing documentation, in addition to FF & E and styling.


Taking maximum advantage of the vast wall area, the spacious interior design featured a display wall for community artists to exhibit their artwork, with expert illumination by the various lights in store. Using reclaimed timber sourced by Adam, a timber portal window display was constructed, successfully catching the attention of passers by. The contemporary design also featured an open-plan workspace area and a large communal table where designers and architects could bring in samples and see how they worked with the lighting.

The budget driven retail interior design project used reusable and low budget materials to create an impactful design. Oriented strand board (chipboard) with a white wash paint was used to form the feature wall panels and create a textured neutral base to showcase the fittings. The use of sustainable reclaimed timber provided a fresh yet rustic atmosphere, not only featuring in the portal window display, but also in the mobile timber units that moved around the store room, giving Adam the ability to work with any lighting positioned in the showroom. 

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