The existing steel structure is painted ivy green, with a new black metal and black stained OSB handrail leaner wrapping the triple height space, allowing guests to be spectators to the activities below.
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Stylish and extremely practical, the concealed TV system solves various problems tied to unsightly wiring and cables, freeing up space and making the scenic impact of the screen less invasive in your home. Also available with Bluetooth audio system, the concealed TV compartment supports a maximum screen size of 42’’ but it can be customised for larger screens upon request. In addition, the sideboard is also available in the version with back-lit system.
A mix of contemporary open plan and glazed closed office spaces allows for flexibility and privacy in the workspace, but still encourages visual connections. Light materials with timber cladding and exposed steel structure are used throughout to create a bright and light workspace and staff breakout area.
We converted this old house´s narrow access, with a low ceiling height, into a gallery inspired by a kaleidoscope, where a set of mirrors reflects the walls and ceiling. In the end of this path there is a more literal version of a kaleidoscope, where a highlighted production may be seen through a small hole on the wall.
Research labs and contact lenses – the client’s main product – served as our inspiration. White exposed ceilings combined with glass surfaces combine to create a light and transparent space. This seemingly sterile aesthetic is balanced by green walls along the space’s main visual axes and functional solutions which encourage teamwork and relaxation.
The main structure for each unit was designed to be a “light geometric structure”, the very slim steel skeleton structure. It was meant to blend in with the sky and let only the fabric stretched on it exist to the people’s sight. This fabric would be the “frame that capture the sky” and “the lantern that light up that area”.