Churches have long stood as solemn places for quiet focus and contemplation, so the new interior design for Calowiz & Co.'s co-working space makes it a great spot for getting down to business. The space features vaulted ceilings, flying buttresses, and long rows inspired by Gothic churches, giving it a sense of reverence that's convenient for working in public.
The building that houses Calowiz & Co. was originally constructed in 1898 from natural stones and red brick, and that historic backing is part of the impetus behind the church theme. However, the interior is certainly a modern take on Gothic style. It's entirely covered in concrete, and it eschews sharp lines in favor of gentle curves in order to make the entire interior more calming.
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Calowiz & Co.'s New Interior Design is Inspired by Gothic Churches
- By: Joey HaarDec 19, 2017