A Suspended Ceiling Hides Ducting And Creates A Place For Lighting

April 10, 2020

This modern conference room makes use of a suspended ceiling to partially hide the exposed ducting above and allow for the incorporation a statement light fixture. #InteriorDesign #SuspendedCeiling #CeilingDesign #Lighting #Workplace #ConferenceRoom

As a part of their very own new headquarters in Crown Level, Indiana, design agency Inside Picture Group (IIG), created a convention room with glass partitions and a suspended ceiling.

The convention room, which is positioned simply off the foyer, makes use of a suspended ceiling to partially disguise the uncovered ducting above and permit for the addition of lighting.

This modern conference room makes use of a suspended ceiling to partially hide the exposed ducting above and allow for the incorporation a statement light fixture. #InteriorDesign #SuspendedCeiling #CeilingDesign #Lighting #Workplace #ConferenceRoom

The focus of the convention room is a press release mild fixture that suspends instantly over the 12-foot-long quartz convention desk.

Along with the black lighting, recessed can lights have additionally been included within the suspended ceiling, serving to to spotlight every finish of the desk.

This modern conference room makes use of a suspended ceiling to partially hide the exposed ducting above and allow for the incorporation a statement light fixture. #InteriorDesign #SuspendedCeiling #CeilingDesign #Lighting #Workplace #ConferenceRoom
Pictures by Royce Pictures | Inside Design: Inside Picture Group (IIG) | IIG Venture Staff Members: Patti Tritschler (President and CEO), Patrick Tritschler (CDO), Keith Roy (Principal), Allison Drwiega (Sr. Inside Designer), Jillian Schuck (Sr. Inside Designer), Kristy Sanchez (Procurement Venture Supervisor) | Normal Contractor: ICS | Architect: Rohn Associates | Engineering: MECA Engineering Company