This interior space develops through a series of modular elements, glass partitions and integrated furniture, combining into a sleek minimalist design. The interior facilities comprise three offices, a workshop and a multipurpose hall.
Area: 200 sqm
Location: Beijing, China
This project is located in the central business district of Beijing, hosting administrative and cultural activities. Here, the office engages its visitors showcasing a simple yet sharp character, and combines a sleek white design with colourful elements.
At the entrance, a reception desk and a waiting area welcome the guests. From here, the rooms develop along a central corridor characterised by the varying of the ceiling heights. An array of glass partitions and translucent doors supplies a natural, softened light and conveys it directly into the corridor.
The materials used in the project include light wooden floors and neutral plaster on walls and ceiling. The elements of the furniture, made in lacquered medium-density fibreboard and painted to match the rich company’s colours, contrast with the surrounding atmosphere.
Accessible from the waiting room, a small library, composed of several modular cubic bookcases, works both as comfortable reading area and as a creative playground for children.
In a similar fashion, the multipurpose room conceals a creative concept, offering a flexible use of space and suggesting the character of a classroom with its chalkboard painted walls.