The pure scale of a commercial space calls for a cohesive and impactful color story. Add to that the opportunity to encapsulate a brand through hues, and beautiful designs arise. Whether reveling in neutral tones with pops of color or making a dramatic color statement, these three commercial environments have us looking twice.
King of Prussia Mall
An aerial view of the East Coast’s largest mall showcases regal purple lounging areas - finding inspiration in the PANTONE 2018 Color of the Year, Ultra Violet. Centered with natural greens and grounded with alternating marble and porcelain neutrals, the space plays with asymmetrical angles and organic movement. Designed by CallisonRTKL.
A space defined by innovation and built for connection, San Diego’s new WD-40 Company headquarters explore wood- and brick-inspired neutrals with matte black grounding elements resembling GLIDDEN’s Deep Onyx. Designed by ID Studios. Photography by Zwink Photography.
Little Rock Sheraton Four PointsLighting achieves bold reflective qualities in this luxurious hotel with rich brown and black tones lining a grand staircase. Esplanade panels lend an authentic travertine look to the space - bringing warmth to the luxe lobby.
Which space’s color story inspires you?