Nu Skin ‘Spark Centre’ by Green Room, London

February 8th, 2013 by retail design blog

Green Room, created an expansive interior design project for the global anti-aging company, Nu Skin. The work on Nu Skin’s new ‘Spark Centre’ on Poland Street in London, was officially unveiled on Saturday, 12th January when the centre officially opened. The Poland Street ‘Spark Centre’ occupies approximately 1,500 square feet and provides an all-in-one sales, training, meeting and conference facilities.

Green Room created a bright, contemporary and flexible space that allows Nu Skin distributors and their guests to meet in comfort and without distraction. Taking inspiration from the Nu Skin brand, the design uses a pure palette of materials including wood, glass and stainless steel, along with a variety of furnishings and integrated AV equipment to provide a welcoming, professional and positive Nu Skin brand experience.








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