The interiors of the Vander Park residential complex entrance groups fully reflect the key concepts generally used in the complex design. Large rectangular volumes repeat the strict facade plasticity, and due to the significant height of the first floors, they are zoned both in the plan and within the entire space. There are waiting areas and a small cafe in the main lobby in addition to the entrance groups and access control zones.
Vander Park Interiors
Due to the status of the business class complex, large-format porcelain stoneware with a natural stone texture and wooden slats were selected as finishing materials. They create comfort and significantly increase the acoustic and light-color characteristics of the premises. Light boxes with imitation of onyx provide a soft glow and simple navigation in the complex space.