My Tuesday post is about one stunning Interior design project realised by the creative firm Mim Design. For Australia’s 2010 Tabcorp Spring Racing Carnival, the firm was commissioned for the fourth year in a row to design the marquee for the occasion.
Mim adopted a nature-inspired theme and a truly organic approach, employing motifs that reference trelliswork and trees and keeping furnishings in the event space to a predominantly green palette.
It’s a dazzling standout and needless to say, I am always a wide-eyed fan of Mim’s creation.
Outfitted in a lighthearted manner with furnishings that include Eames chairs, modular sofas and ottomans, simple barstools, cagelike table bases, hanging shades, and mirrored walls, the space evoked a garden pavilion and provided the perfect spot for entertaining at the carnival.
Here is a thoroughly organic touch to the marquee, which is also planted with verdant greenery that brings a hint of the outdoors into the space.
The series of mirrored walls also help enhance the abundance of natural light, which is also a key that gives the overall interior a breezy atmosphere.
The ceiling repeats the treelike pattern that is found on the building’s façade, with an abstract design of flowering trees and branches. The building itself exuded a sense of intrigue and mystery while balancing high style with luxurious comforts, which was crucial for the venue.
I hope you enjoy this commercial design as much as I did.