Interior Design Case Study: Washington D.C. Sales Center

Lexicon is a high-rise condominium project currently under construction. The developer came to us and asked us to design the temporary sales center. This information center is used for potential buyers and presenting interactive information about the condominium units for sale. The developer wanted the sales center to be functional and represent the modern feel of the Lexicon project.


The temporary sales center is located in an old warehouse previously used for glass sales. The facility was gutted to make way for the new design that would incorporate a lobby, two sales offices, a conference room, interactive display table, and sample kitchen and bath.


During the design process, floor plans and renderings were used to represent how the new office spaces and common areas would be incorporated. The renderings included colors, finishes, specifications, and furnishings.

Seating Area

This seating area is the first area visitors see when entering the property. The design incorporated comfortable modern furnishings with darker finishes and a clean paint color. The use of open duct work added an industrial feel to the space. The result is a welcoming sales center.

Kitchen Area

The display kitchen showcases what home buyers could have in their new home should they decide to purchase a Lexicon condominium. It helps the buyers visualize the open floor plan, modern finishes, stainless steel appliances, and ample storage.