The studio’s comprehensive plan reimagined the original structure—a non-descript 1990s building—with an innovative and contemporary design that thoughtfully integrates the indoors and out. Because DTI specializes in dairy and dough products, VEVS looked to the Dutch countryside dotted with barns and parcels of land for inspiration.
The new building is distinguished by a pair of sharply sloped roofs and paneled with a profusion of windows for abundant light. Oiled wood beams overhead and woven vinyl flooring underfoot conjure the agrarian landscape, while custom-made furniture in organic forms softens the crisp geometry of the open floor plan.
The façade of a conference room in the tallest part of the space features slim, cut-out rows interspersed with floor-to-ceiling windows to emphasize the height.
Here, designers installed two of Arik Levy’s Wireflow Volumetric pendants. A modern twist on the traditional chandelier, the hanging lamps form a striking, three-dimensional design out of black electrical cables.
Dramatic yet delicate, the industrial fixtures match the understated mood of the room and present a material counterpoint with the organic wood-lined ceiling and walls.