BNK Asset Management Office by D&A partners, Seoul – South Korea

February 26th, 2016 by retail design blog

Design focused on glass wall influencing the entire design was suggested to get rid of the existing monotonous impression. Frame, an element of design, was applied to make the space livelier. The space was designed as not so cold but soft by using translucent aqua glass material for blocking sight.

Color element was applied for some part of the wall to divide the space function of cognitive, performance, and room. Through the function of frame, dividing the space by frame, and visual division, the space was designed as a working space with more liveliness.

Designed by Lee Chang-Yun, Kim Joo-young / D&A Partners
Photography by Chad Park

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