Bespoke Elevator Interior Design from Tower Lifts
Elevator Interior Design
Customised Elevator Interior Design
Elevator interior design is an essential component of modern architecture, and yet it’s often overlooked. Tower Lifts designers, however, know from experience that elevators offer more than just their function; they can introduce passengers to your business brand or provide a blank canvas for creativity in the home. 21st century elevator interior design is no longer just about utility; it also redefines the passenger journey as an experience.
For nearly two decades Tower Lifts has been working with building owners, property managers, and architects to ensure that elevator interior design offers a memorable experience to users. In this article, we consider the impact a carefully designed elevator interior can have, the latest design trends, customisation options, and maintenance.
What is the Impact of Elevator Interior Design?
The elevator is often the first point of contact for visitors in commercial and residential spaces; it has the ‘first word’ when it comes to brand or aesthetics. A thoughtfully designed interior can leave a lasting impression, setting the tone or creating the ambiance you want visitors to experience. From luxurious materials to captivating artwork, elevators with visually appealing interiors elevate the perceived value of the building.
Beyond aesthetics, elevator interior design has the power to create a memorable experience for passengers. Engaging lighting, interactive displays, or soothing music can transform the very ordinary act of using an elevator into an enjoyable experience. Interior design can forge an emotional connection with the building which improves the passengers’ satisfaction even before they’ve arrived at their destination.
Factors to Consider in Elevator Interior Design
No matter how perfectly maintained an elevator is, it can still make a poor impression if there’s a lack of care and attention paid to the components that make up the lift cabin design. Every part of an elevator interior can be customised, and our design team works with clients to consider each of them carefully in terms of practicality and aesthetics.
Elevator Design Trends
Elevator interior design not only responds to the requirements of your brand, or personal taste, it’s also affected by the trends that are currently driving design and technology in the industry. We have selected 4 of the most popular trends that we discuss with clients when creating a bespoke design.
1. Minimalism and Sleek Finishes
Minimalist design, with clean lines and uncluttered spaces, is gaining popularity. Sleek finishes like brushed metal or glass exude sophistication and modernity. We have created a number of scenic glass lifts that introduce passengers to a unique view of the building’s interior, or a landscape that’s revealed as the elevator rises.
2. Biophilic Design
Bringing buildings to life is the goal of biophilic design. It’s an approach that recognises the need for natural features within contemporary architecture. Bringing nature indoors includes the use of natural patterns, shapes, and textures. Optimising the use of natural light where possible enhances the mood of passengers and increases their energy levels.
3. Smart Elevators
Integrating smart technology in elevators transforms the way passengers travel between floors. Offering convenience and efficiency, smart lifts respond to passengers’ destination requests by selecting the elevator that offers them the most streamlined journey. On the horizon are elevator rides you can book on an app, and a personalised lighting and video to accompany you on your journey upwards.
4. Inclusive Design
Inclusive elevator design considers the needs of all users, including those with mobility challenges. Features like accessible buttons and spacious cabins that can accommodate wheelchairs or mobility scooters, speak to a keen awareness of the need to create a service that is accessible for a range of passengers.
Customised Interiors – Elevators with a Personal Touch
Customisation gives building owners, home owners and businesses to showcase their unique identity. Personalised branding, artwork, or themed interiors can leave a lasting impression on passengers.
At Tower Lifts, we prioritise delivering complete design versatility to our clients. Our team of experienced designers ensures that we can create a stunning and modern lift that reflects your personal taste, or branding.
Elevator Maintenance and Durability
Regular maintenance is vital to ensure the longevity and smooth operation of elevators. Scheduling regular maintenance of elevators is not only a legal requirement for building owners or managers but also crucial for the safety and reliability of the lifts. Tower Lifts offers a lift maintenance contract that’s tailored to your elevator usage.
Tower Lifts keeps your elevator compliant with any changes in legislation. We adhere to the latest British and European standards, and our lift engineers hold CHAS accreditation, ISO9001:2015 Lift Cert, and UKAS approval. We work with experienced elevator engineers who share our commitment to quality, ensuring that your lift maintenance is in capable hands.
Tower Lifts for Bespoke Elevator Interior Design
We’re a leading UK lift installer and designer because we pay attention to detail, and that includes elevator interior design. Our goal is always to provide clients with an elevator that provides an excellent passenger experience. Which means high performance transport, reliable technology, and a design that fits the purpose and aesthetic required. We are a ISO9001:2015 Lift Cert and UKAS approved company adhering to all current Lift Regulations.
Is your elevator in need of interior refurbishment? Tower Lifts provides high quality, tailored lift interior finishes. Call us today on 01525 601099 to find out more
Tower Lifts carry out design and installation on a varied range of lifts throughout the UK including:
Domestic Lifts • Food Lifts • Bespoke Platform Lifts • Service Lifts • Platform Lifts • Goods Lifts • Scenic Lifts • Heavy Duty / Car Lifts • Passenger Lifts • Dumbwaiter Lifts • MRL Lifts • Fire lifts • Residential Lifts • low-Headroom Lifts