17 June, 2009

Served by Tray

Tray ceilings are an effective device to create height, define areas within a larger space, and bring diffuse light into a space. Here are some examples of how trays can be used within a ceiling.
kc-lr-1
This tray ceiling puts emphasis on the seating area in this larger great room and is used to deliver indirect, soft light.
Architect: Mark Kawell  www.kawell.com
johnson-bar
A smaller tray echos the shape of this bar and creates a sense of intimacy.
Architect: Mark Kawell www.kawell.com
larson-living-room
This tray ceiling is combined with a vault at it's center creating both a sense of human scale and a soaring space at the same time.
Architect: Charles Stinston www.crsarch.com

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