X-TU Architects office, Paris

June 1st, 2013 by retail design blog

The layered intervention is a living catalogue of characteristics inherent in their projects. Designers can draw inspiration for their work from their immediate surroundings of custom-designed work stations, book shelves, and conference rooms. The space provides a large open work area that fosters a collaborative work atmosphere. two green curtains separate spaces where small groups can meet. A third curtain separates supporting functions beyond the intervention.

The undulating desks provide storage and ample work surface for the architects. their gentle geometric silhouette informs a cohesive vocabulary expressed from the floor to the ceiling by the floor pattern, curved curtain tracks, and oblong voids which punctuate the ceiling. the bookshelves reinterpreted this language with an irregular vertical structure, reminiscent of falling books.

Designed by X-TU Architects







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