Ribo Fashion Group Office N.3 by A3 Vision, Shanghai – China

December 26th, 2015 by retail design blog

The modernity of the design and the relationship between space and human has been taken into consideration in this design. Express with architectural language, decorate and pay attention to the relationship between spaces. One original metope has been remained during the process of construction. The grain of the wall after the emulsion paint has been removed is in contrast to the surface of the office table with white paint.


The galvanized plate on the surface of several boxes extends the space through their own grain and reflection, making the physical space produces invisible space. The starting point of this design is to create space in space through these boxes which derive subdivided space from original space. The third kind of spatial relationship is produced by the passage of the entrance that combines outside with inside. The open office table stretches the spatial proportional relation, and highlights the environment of the office where people are engaged in designing.


The combination of the galvanized plate with the northeast China ash wooden floor shows the exterior and interior relation of objects. The galvanized plate with dark grain makes the original boundary obscure through reflection and refraction, so you can hardly see whether it’s bounded or unbounded.

Design: A3 Vision / Wang Zhifeng Fanjin Nan Hongtian
Photography: Sun Hongyu












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