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As one of the most successful Chevrolet dealer in the United States, Classic Chevrolet’s showroom and service area needed an update to be in compliance with General Motors facility standards.  The client wanted to create a look that is contemporary and timeless, not trendy. They also needed a standard that could be replicated across their five different locations.  They wanted a space that provided privacy for customer sensitive interactions while letting in the light from their floor-to-ceiling windows.  Transforming the service areas into a space that is warm and functional, supporting Wi-Fi for waiting customers and a wide variety of clientele.

The goal was to create an anchored architectural element within the parameters of systems furniture, to manage technology and power.  Keeping the scale light and clean with a product that would last a lifetime.

Using Knoll Reff panels with wood bases and frosted glass upper tiles they were connected to custom architectural column anchors.  The open showroom plan readily accommodates the privacy and aesthetic and the durability of the Knoll finish will hold up to the abuse public spaces tend to receive.  Stylex guest chairs and stools and the service area’s open back OFS seating are durable and easily maintained.

 

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