Designed by Gensler, the Hyundai Capital Convention Hall in Seoul, South Korea has harnessed intelligent design strategies to achieve a distraction-free learning/training space for staff, a custom assembly space, a functions venue, a place for guest lectures and a great wow-factor for client showcasing and presentations.
April 18th, 2018
Interior Designer: Gensler
Lighting throughout, iGuzzini.
Needled carpet, Findeisen GMBH. Epoxy paint, BASF. Felt panel, Sutherland Felt Company. Curtain on track, fabric wrapped acoustic panels, Kvadrat Maharam. Acoustic plaster, Baswaphon. Wooden flooring, Greyne Company. Rubber base, Burke. Upholstery throughout, Maharam. Black granite, Tristone & Tile. Paint generally throughout, Dunn Edwards. Plastic laminate, Formica. Black glass, Glass Pro.
Fixed & Fitted
Curtain track, Silent Gliss.
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