Interior remodeling of Vermont Inn in the heart of downtown Seattle, WA
Anjum Razvi received the 2012 ASID San Diego Design Excellence Award, 2nd Place, Commercial Space Under 3500 SF, December 1, 2012 for The Vermont Inn project.
Common areas of this furnished apartment property are given a face lift to reflect its prime location. A beautifully designed and detailed front desk is the focal point and an unusual design feature of the lobby area. The custom cabinetry mimics a Vermont barn in both details and the materials specified. The vibrant color scheme throughout the property was inspired by the colors in the fall foliage as well as the many old barns that were experienced in an actual visit to Vermont. Custom lighting, new furniture, art and accessories all add to the Vermont flavor.
ExteriorCharming lobby décor draws the eye in from the entrance.
LobbyDeeper tones of refinished hardwood floors, a palette of primary colors for painted walls, and new custom furniture give a facelift to the refreshed lobby.
LobbyA view of the lobby from the entrance.
LobbyA custom designed front desk in “barn wood” finish with corrugated metal accents brings emphasis and much needed design to a wall that was previously boring and cluttered.
LobbyImages of Vermont.
LobbyNew furniture and new art accents bring a new personality to the lobby.
Elevator LobbyThe elevator lobbies with different art on each floor continue the feel of Vermont. Covered bridges are featured on this floor.
Elevator LobbyA corner vignette in the elevator lobby.
Business CenterA new business center was located on the existing mezzanine level of the property.
Roof DeckA cluster of Adirondack chairs for roof deck enjoyment.