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The book “Creative & Modern Office” is a reflection of our times and the cultural changes of our society translated through the corporate design. Technological progress makes human values prevail in our cultural attitudes, and not surprisingly, the corporate design becomes multifunctional in their all important dimensions. Today designers are also concerned with innovative materials, colors, technology glass which transparency that provides abundant light. They are especially concerned with sustainability, essential to our planet. Many styles will always coexist over the decades but what we can see is the incredible comfort and modernity of the art of living the daily life on places where we work, play, feed, anyway, where life happened. This publication is a kaleidoscope of 70 projects all around the world, including MSN, Google, Skype, turned in unison: quality of life. I Hope you enjoy it. Brunete Fraccaroli

《现代创意办公空间》反映了我们所处的时代,将现代社会的文化变革通过办公空间设计展现出来。技术发展使人类价值观在我们的文 化态度方面盛行,而且,办公空间设计在各个层面都具有多种功能。当前,设计师也关注材料的变换、颜色、技术、能提供足够光线的玻璃 透明度等。他们尤其关注对我们地球至关重要的可持续发展。 在过去的几十年里,许多风格一直共存,但我们可以看到的是日常生活艺术中令人难以置信的舒适性和现代性,这些体现在我们的工 作、娱乐、饮食等生活场所。 本书收纳了70多个国际项目,包括MSN、谷歌、Skype等,其目的在于提高生活的质量。                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                希望你会喜欢本书。                                                                                                                                                                                      Brunete Fraccaroli

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Brunete One Shelley Street BAJAS 3M – CTC IBM Software Executive Briefing Center Government office building Utrecht, the Netherlands ‘Yandex’ Internet Company Office in Yekaterinburg Youmeet

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JWT Advertising NY

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Prodigy MSN KNOCK Google Office Moscow Law Office

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RMS California

Autodesk

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Smile Designer Dental Office Interiors

‘Yandex’ Internet Company Office in Moscow Implantlogyca Dental Office

MNProgram Office Offices for International Shipping Company Allee Wonen (v.h. Aramis) Roosendaal Dental INN

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Modular Art YNNO Workplace

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BKO

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Fabricville IOS OFFICES R 222

KM-QRO

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HUB MADRID OFFICE

IOS OFFICES R 115

MONEX 268 WOW Sendai 272 Dentsu London

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KAYAK.COM The JWT Agency

Foley and Lardner, LLP

Onesize Interior

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MTV Networks Headquarters

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Toolbox

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目录

Brunete One Shelley Street BAJAS 3M – CTC IBM Software Executive Briefing Center Government office building Utrecht, the Netherlands ‘Yandex’ Internet Company Office in Yekaterinburg Youmeet

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JWT Advertising NY

52 58 68

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Google

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GLEM OFFICES

Prodigy MSN KNOCK Google Office Moscow Law Office

118 124130

206 210 214220

RMS California

Autodesk

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Smile Designer Dental Office Interiors

‘Yandex’ Internet Company Office in Moscow Implantlogyca Dental Office

MNProgram Office Offices for International Shipping Company Allee Wonen (v.h. Aramis) Roosendaal Dental INN

Legal Office

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Modular Art YNNO Workplace

162 168 174

182 188194

BKO

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Fabricville IOS OFFICES R 222

KM-QRO

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MEINL BANK

RI OFFICE

Sugamo Shinkin Bank Niiga Branch

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HUB MADRID OFFICE

IOS OFFICES R 115

MONEX 268 WOW Sendai 272 Dentsu London

278 284

KAYAK.COM The JWT Agency

Foley and Lardner, LLP

Onesize Interior

226232

MTV Networks Headquarters

FICC inc.

Office Plajer & Franz Studio

Toolbox

BPGM LAW OFFICE

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IBM Centers for e-Business 336

HubSpot LogMeIn

SKYPE Tourist Information Office

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Brunete Desiner Brunete Fraccaroli Location São Paulo – Jardim Paulista Area 200m²

Brunete Fraccaroli´s proposal to developing her office, was based on designing a place to work, that was joyful and comfortable. The colors came from Solutia´s films, associated to the utilization of glass, these are the strengths of exploration. The place’s audacity is noted from the entrance, with a spread hall. The colors play between the green, blue and pink, and produce a funny air to the office, making it playful and dynamic. In addition to the transparency of the glass, she creates a space contemporaneous and clean, while the mirrors give a sophisticated touch to the room. The architect privileged the idea of turn the office functional and pleasant to work. Therefore, the silver cabinets of polyurethane made by Madeira Viva, are full of refinement. The entrance doors are opened by biometric authentication, which facilitates the movement, installed by Cynthron. The lighting, from La Lampe, values the colors from the place. The audio e video’s project integrated all the office and was executed by Josias Studio. These characteristics are the translation from her way of living, happy and sophisticated, always searching for perfection in all of the details, producing a place which reflects the architect Brunete Fraccaroli in her single way. 8

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Brunete Desiner Brunete Fraccaroli Location São Paulo – Jardim Paulista Area 200m²

Brunete Fraccaroli´s proposal to developing her office, was based on designing a place to work, that was joyful and comfortable. The colors came from Solutia´s films, associated to the utilization of glass, these are the strengths of exploration. The place’s audacity is noted from the entrance, with a spread hall. The colors play between the green, blue and pink, and produce a funny air to the office, making it playful and dynamic. In addition to the transparency of the glass, she creates a space contemporaneous and clean, while the mirrors give a sophisticated touch to the room. The architect privileged the idea of turn the office functional and pleasant to work. Therefore, the silver cabinets of polyurethane made by Madeira Viva, are full of refinement. The entrance doors are opened by biometric authentication, which facilitates the movement, installed by Cynthron. The lighting, from La Lampe, values the colors from the place. The audio e video’s project integrated all the office and was executed by Josias Studio. These characteristics are the translation from her way of living, happy and sophisticated, always searching for perfection in all of the details, producing a place which reflects the architect Brunete Fraccaroli in her single way. 8

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Brunete Fraccaroli开发办公室 项目的出发点是设计一个舒适愉 悦的办公场所。色彩灵感来自于 Solutia的电影,结合玻璃的利用, 这些设计进行了进一步的开发和探 索。 入口处宽敞的大厅就呈现出 整个空间的大胆设计。色彩在绿 色、蓝色和粉色之间变换,为办公 室营造出愉悦的氛围,充满动感和 轻松感。透明玻璃使办公空间通 透,同时镜子也给办公室增加多重 空间感。 建筑师推崇实现办公室的功 能性,并营造愉悦的工作环境。 因此,Madeira Viva制造的银色聚 氨基甲酸乙酯柜子十分精美。由 Cynthron安装的入口大门,凭借生 物技术控制开关,方便出入。La Lampe的照明系统能烘托室内的颜 色。整个办公区的视频音频集成项 目由Josias工作室负责。 建筑物的这些特点演绎了设 计师快乐多彩的生活方式,在细节 中追求完美,营造出一个以特有方 式展现Brunete Fraccaroli设计特点 的空间。

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Brunete Fraccaroli开发办公室 项目的出发点是设计一个舒适愉 悦的办公场所。色彩灵感来自于 Solutia的电影,结合玻璃的利用, 这些设计进行了进一步的开发和探 索。 入口处宽敞的大厅就呈现出 整个空间的大胆设计。色彩在绿 色、蓝色和粉色之间变换,为办公 室营造出愉悦的氛围,充满动感和 轻松感。透明玻璃使办公空间通 透,同时镜子也给办公室增加多重 空间感。 建筑师推崇实现办公室的功 能性,并营造愉悦的工作环境。 因此,Madeira Viva制造的银色聚 氨基甲酸乙酯柜子十分精美。由 Cynthron安装的入口大门,凭借生 物技术控制开关,方便出入。La Lampe的照明系统能烘托室内的颜 色。整个办公区的视频音频集成项 目由Josias工作室负责。 建筑物的这些特点演绎了设 计师快乐多彩的生活方式,在细节 中追求完美,营造出一个以特有方 式展现Brunete Fraccaroli设计特点 的空间。

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Google Design Company klm-architects Location Mexico City Area 850 m² Photographer Willem Schalkwijk

As one of the leading web browser companies, Google needed to have a permanent spot in Mexico City, that actually reflected the brand image. The design concept is really simple, the experience of browsing the web. When you enter the reception you find this really white space, with a bright colored back wall and white flooring, wall and ceiling as a never ending wrapping that represens the first encounter to the web. Here you look for what you want, and it is only when you go through the black glass doors that you really find the different ambiances/options that you have to choose from. Once inside, color is obvious, of different layers, that make you discover new things as you walk by. Design as a whole, what happens on the ceiling has a direct repercussion on the floor and walls. Phone booths, ping pong tables, huddle lounges, shower and the cafeteria set together the image of a plaza inside the office, where most of the work is done in different dynamics. Every door in this office is of different color, giving each one a sense on individuality. Each space has a different name, the names of the different types of Mexican chiles. Food and catering is really important for the company to give to their employees, so the kitchen was an important part in the design, so it turned out to be a very industrial like space with the tetchiest fixtures. The layout can be divided into three, the formal space, where all the workstations, meeting rooms and private offices are; and the frugal space where you can find all the huddles and lounges for informal workspaces; and the magnificent open terrace that domains the most beautiful view of Mexico City. Color and lighting design worked together to really enhance the look, the productivity and the result. Designed to have little impact in the environment, these offices follow green guidelines such as low VOC´s materials, green carpeting, certified wood, and recycle bins. Google watched very closely the process of design with googler architect Amalia Franke, making sure that everything was according to plan.

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Google Design Company klm-architects Location Mexico City Area 850 m² Photographer Willem Schalkwijk

As one of the leading web browser companies, Google needed to have a permanent spot in Mexico City, that actually reflected the brand image. The design concept is really simple, the experience of browsing the web. When you enter the reception you find this really white space, with a bright colored back wall and white flooring, wall and ceiling as a never ending wrapping that represens the first encounter to the web. Here you look for what you want, and it is only when you go through the black glass doors that you really find the different ambiances/options that you have to choose from. Once inside, color is obvious, of different layers, that make you discover new things as you walk by. Design as a whole, what happens on the ceiling has a direct repercussion on the floor and walls. Phone booths, ping pong tables, huddle lounges, shower and the cafeteria set together the image of a plaza inside the office, where most of the work is done in different dynamics. Every door in this office is of different color, giving each one a sense on individuality. Each space has a different name, the names of the different types of Mexican chiles. Food and catering is really important for the company to give to their employees, so the kitchen was an important part in the design, so it turned out to be a very industrial like space with the tetchiest fixtures. The layout can be divided into three, the formal space, where all the workstations, meeting rooms and private offices are; and the frugal space where you can find all the huddles and lounges for informal workspaces; and the magnificent open terrace that domains the most beautiful view of Mexico City. Color and lighting design worked together to really enhance the look, the productivity and the result. Designed to have little impact in the environment, these offices follow green guidelines such as low VOC´s materials, green carpeting, certified wood, and recycle bins. Google watched very closely the process of design with googler architect Amalia Franke, making sure that everything was according to plan.

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谷歌作为领先的网络浏览器公司,需要在墨西哥城寻 求一个永久的位置以突显其品牌形象。 其设计理念非常简单,即体验浏览网页。 进入接待区,你会发现整个空间颜色纯白,背景墙颜色 明亮,地面亦为纯白色。墙壁与天花板的材料好似没有尽头, 恰如第一次接触网络时的感觉。在这里你可以找到任何你想 寻求的事物,只有当你进入黑色玻璃门时,你才能真正发现 了可选择的选项。 进入内部,颜色鲜明。不同层次会让客户发现不同的事 物。设计作为一个整体使得天花板与地面、墙壁交相呼应。 电话亭、乒乓球桌、乱堆休息室、淋浴房、食堂共同组 成办公室内部的广场景致,这里大部分的工作可以通过动态 图像完成。 办公室的每个门都拥有不同的颜色,独具个性。每个空 间都有不同的名称,独具墨西哥风格。 食品区和餐饮区对于公司的员工来说非常重要,所以厨 房的设计是整个设计理念中非常重要的一部分,因此它成为 一个十分工业化的空间。 整个空间可以分为三部分。所有的工作站、会议室和私 人办公室都在正式区域;在空间高效利用区拥有用于非正式 工作区的休息室;华丽的开放露台可以观赏到墨西哥城的魅 力景色。 色彩和灯光设计增强了视觉效果、丰富性以及整体效 果。 该设计对环境影响甚微,主张环保理念,例如使用低 VOC的材料、环保地毯和经认证的木材和回收箱。 谷歌与建筑师弗兰克严密监管整个设计过程,确保一切 都按计划进行。

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谷歌作为领先的网络浏览器公司,需要在墨西哥城寻 求一个永久的位置以突显其品牌形象。 其设计理念非常简单,即体验浏览网页。 进入接待区,你会发现整个空间颜色纯白,背景墙颜色 明亮,地面亦为纯白色。墙壁与天花板的材料好似没有尽头, 恰如第一次接触网络时的感觉。在这里你可以找到任何你想 寻求的事物,只有当你进入黑色玻璃门时,你才能真正发现 了可选择的选项。 进入内部,颜色鲜明。不同层次会让客户发现不同的事 物。设计作为一个整体使得天花板与地面、墙壁交相呼应。 电话亭、乒乓球桌、乱堆休息室、淋浴房、食堂共同组 成办公室内部的广场景致,这里大部分的工作可以通过动态 图像完成。 办公室的每个门都拥有不同的颜色,独具个性。每个空 间都有不同的名称,独具墨西哥风格。 食品区和餐饮区对于公司的员工来说非常重要,所以厨 房的设计是整个设计理念中非常重要的一部分,因此它成为 一个十分工业化的空间。 整个空间可以分为三部分。所有的工作站、会议室和私 人办公室都在正式区域;在空间高效利用区拥有用于非正式 工作区的休息室;华丽的开放露台可以观赏到墨西哥城的魅 力景色。 色彩和灯光设计增强了视觉效果、丰富性以及整体效 果。 该设计对环境影响甚微,主张环保理念,例如使用低 VOC的材料、环保地毯和经认证的木材和回收箱。 谷歌与建筑师弗兰克严密监管整个设计过程,确保一切 都按计划进行。

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One Shelley Street Designer Clive Wilkinson Architects Location Sydney, Australia Area 30658 m² (330,000 SF)

Clive Wilkinson Architects was selected to lead the design team to implement a fit out for Macquarie that would complement their adoption of a new collaborative style: Activity-Based Working (ABW), a flexible work platform developed by Dutch consultant Veldhoen & Co. The designers’ first idea was to open up and animate the ten-story atrium with 26 ‘meeting pods’, as a kind of celebration of collaboration, allowing clear lines of sight through the financial business. Numerous work zones surround the atrium, designed to house 100 employees each in adaptable neighborhoods. An arterial staircase links the zones forming a ‘Meeting Tree’, emblematic of the interconnectedness of Macquarie’s client relationships. The Main Street on Level 1 offers communal spaces that are highly conducive to corporate and philanthropic events and include a café and dining areas. Within the office floors ‘Plazas’ were modeled after collaboration typologies—the Dining Room, Garden, Tree House, Playroom, and Coffee House, where cross-pollination among business groups is encouraged through spontaneous encounters. One Shelley Street has been designed to the highest levels of green star or LEED efficiency, using revolutionary technologies like harbor water cooling, chilled beams and zone controlled lighting. Overall energy consumption has been reduced by 50%. The interior staircase, linking the various neighborhoods, has reduced the use of the elevators by 50%. There has been a 78% reduction in paper storage needs and a 53% reduction in printing paper. Mail is scanned and distributed electronically, decreasing the need for storage. Employees have lockers in which to store personal addenda, and are deterred from creating paper waste, there's not a trash can in sight. One Shelley Street is positioned to be a trailblazer for the new global sustainable office building. 22

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One Shelley Street Designer Clive Wilkinson Architects Location Sydney, Australia Area 30658 m² (330,000 SF)

Clive Wilkinson Architects was selected to lead the design team to implement a fit out for Macquarie that would complement their adoption of a new collaborative style: Activity-Based Working (ABW), a flexible work platform developed by Dutch consultant Veldhoen & Co. The designers’ first idea was to open up and animate the ten-story atrium with 26 ‘meeting pods’, as a kind of celebration of collaboration, allowing clear lines of sight through the financial business. Numerous work zones surround the atrium, designed to house 100 employees each in adaptable neighborhoods. An arterial staircase links the zones forming a ‘Meeting Tree’, emblematic of the interconnectedness of Macquarie’s client relationships. The Main Street on Level 1 offers communal spaces that are highly conducive to corporate and philanthropic events and include a café and dining areas. Within the office floors ‘Plazas’ were modeled after collaboration typologies—the Dining Room, Garden, Tree House, Playroom, and Coffee House, where cross-pollination among business groups is encouraged through spontaneous encounters. One Shelley Street has been designed to the highest levels of green star or LEED efficiency, using revolutionary technologies like harbor water cooling, chilled beams and zone controlled lighting. Overall energy consumption has been reduced by 50%. The interior staircase, linking the various neighborhoods, has reduced the use of the elevators by 50%. There has been a 78% reduction in paper storage needs and a 53% reduction in printing paper. Mail is scanned and distributed electronically, decreasing the need for storage. Employees have lockers in which to store personal addenda, and are deterred from creating paper waste, there's not a trash can in sight. One Shelley Street is positioned to be a trailblazer for the new global sustainable office building. 22

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Clive Wilkinson建筑师事务所受托领导整个设计组,为麦格理集团设计一个符合他们最新工作方式的建筑空间, 这种工作方式称为“移动式办公(ABW)”,是由荷兰咨询公司Veldhoen & Co首创的一种灵活办公平台。作为一种 庆祝合作的仪式,我们首先想开放十层高的中庭,点缀以26个“会议箱”,赋予空间活力,并使其中的金融贸易业 务透明化。 大量的工作区环绕着中庭,每个工作区可容纳100名员工,员工随时可选择适合的场所工作,也就是说坐在身边 的同事经常变化。主楼梯衔接起这些区域,形成了一棵“会议树”,象征着麦格理集团与客户紧密联结的关系。一层 的主要通道可当成公共空间,非常适合于举办各种公司活动和慈善活动,这里也有咖啡馆和餐厅。在办公楼层,根据 各种合作类型设计了一些聚会场所,如餐厅、花园、树屋、娱乐室以及咖啡室,通过制造各种偶遇机会鼓励人们在各 个交易群体中的横向交流。 此建筑按照最高的环保标准设计,使用了诸如海港水体制冷、冷梁和区域控制照明等新科技,令总体能耗下降 50%。衔接各区的室内楼梯减少了50%的电梯使用量。 纸质文件存储需求和印刷数量也分别降低了78%和53%。阅读和发送邮件均通过电子方式,减少了存储需求。 员工都有存放私人物品的寄物柜,而且不许制造纸质垃圾,楼内根本看不到垃圾桶。 谢利街总部放弃了容易滋生自满情绪的陈旧办公模式,成为新式整体可持续办公建筑的先驱。

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Clive Wilkinson建筑师事务所受托领导整个设计组,为麦格理集团设计一个符合他们最新工作方式的建筑空间, 这种工作方式称为“移动式办公(ABW)”,是由荷兰咨询公司Veldhoen & Co首创的一种灵活办公平台。作为一种 庆祝合作的仪式,我们首先想开放十层高的中庭,点缀以26个“会议箱”,赋予空间活力,并使其中的金融贸易业 务透明化。 大量的工作区环绕着中庭,每个工作区可容纳100名员工,员工随时可选择适合的场所工作,也就是说坐在身边 的同事经常变化。主楼梯衔接起这些区域,形成了一棵“会议树”,象征着麦格理集团与客户紧密联结的关系。一层 的主要通道可当成公共空间,非常适合于举办各种公司活动和慈善活动,这里也有咖啡馆和餐厅。在办公楼层,根据 各种合作类型设计了一些聚会场所,如餐厅、花园、树屋、娱乐室以及咖啡室,通过制造各种偶遇机会鼓励人们在各 个交易群体中的横向交流。 此建筑按照最高的环保标准设计,使用了诸如海港水体制冷、冷梁和区域控制照明等新科技,令总体能耗下降 50%。衔接各区的室内楼梯减少了50%的电梯使用量。 纸质文件存储需求和印刷数量也分别降低了78%和53%。阅读和发送邮件均通过电子方式,减少了存储需求。 员工都有存放私人物品的寄物柜,而且不许制造纸质垃圾,楼内根本看不到垃圾桶。 谢利街总部放弃了容易滋生自满情绪的陈旧办公模式,成为新式整体可持续办公建筑的先驱。

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JWT Advertising NY Designer Clive Wilkinson (Design Director), John Meachem (Project Manager), Neil Muntzel (Project Coordinator), Hailey Soren, Lindsay Green, Daniella Oberherr, Nicole Sylianteng, Yana Khudyakova, Jacqueline Law Design Company Clive Wilkinson Architects Location 466 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017 Area 23225 m² ( 250,000 SF)

Clive Wilkinson Architects was appointed to design the transformation with workplace strategists, DEGW, assisting with client visioning, and HOK New York providing executive architect services. To promote interaction, mobility and collaboration, the isolated divisions within JWT would be opened up and reconnected. The new space would be open architecture, with no private offices, and vertical movement between floors would be facilitated to unite the JWT community. The architectural concept became a thematic thread: the designers used the tree as a metaphor for storytelling and extended it as organizing form and connective tissue between the individual branches of the agency. This ‘narrative tree’ links all floors and the trunk is the atrium void and staircase that connects all floors over the main entrance hall. The words are cut into the fabric and the cut letters hang down – we called this effect ‘falling words’, and the cut letter shapes appear like leaves. This architectural expression is most dramatic on the lowest floor, level 2, which benefits from 18ft high ceilings. The entry atrium here stretches to 32 ft high with a concrete staircase winding through it. As circulation off the stairs flows into distinctive neighborhoods representing various

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departments within the agency, special landmarks help create visual interest while facilitating way-finding. The creative area includes a mezzanine ‘tree house’ structure with several collaboration spaces and an adjacent multi-purpose town hall/café/bar space with an illuminated bar. Throughout the agency, ceilings were removed and a minimal linear system of Zumtobel up/down lighting creates a bright space, mitigating the effect of the heavily tinted external windows. The historic art collection of JWT was sold off and a new program of purchasing allowed the acquisition of provocative contemporary photographic work, curated by Sophie Oppenheimer. The pieces are strategically inserted throughout the agency for maximum impact. The graphics and way finding program, designed by EGG/Christian Daniels, became an opportunity to create environmental images on a large scale to complement the architecture. In addition, a unique font system was used on each floor, underscoring the identity of each unique area. While its basis is a pragmatic functional organization, the physical agency space draws in an urban richness without literal references. Since undertaking the transformation, JWT has seen a slew of business wins and associated expansion.

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JWT Advertising NY Designer Clive Wilkinson (Design Director), John Meachem (Project Manager), Neil Muntzel (Project Coordinator), Hailey Soren, Lindsay Green, Daniella Oberherr, Nicole Sylianteng, Yana Khudyakova, Jacqueline Law Design Company Clive Wilkinson Architects Location 466 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017 Area 23225 m² ( 250,000 SF)

Clive Wilkinson Architects was appointed to design the transformation with workplace strategists, DEGW, assisting with client visioning, and HOK New York providing executive architect services. To promote interaction, mobility and collaboration, the isolated divisions within JWT would be opened up and reconnected. The new space would be open architecture, with no private offices, and vertical movement between floors would be facilitated to unite the JWT community. The architectural concept became a thematic thread: the designers used the tree as a metaphor for storytelling and extended it as organizing form and connective tissue between the individual branches of the agency. This ‘narrative tree’ links all floors and the trunk is the atrium void and staircase that connects all floors over the main entrance hall. The words are cut into the fabric and the cut letters hang down – we called this effect ‘falling words’, and the cut letter shapes appear like leaves. This architectural expression is most dramatic on the lowest floor, level 2, which benefits from 18ft high ceilings. The entry atrium here stretches to 32 ft high with a concrete staircase winding through it. As circulation off the stairs flows into distinctive neighborhoods representing various

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departments within the agency, special landmarks help create visual interest while facilitating way-finding. The creative area includes a mezzanine ‘tree house’ structure with several collaboration spaces and an adjacent multi-purpose town hall/café/bar space with an illuminated bar. Throughout the agency, ceilings were removed and a minimal linear system of Zumtobel up/down lighting creates a bright space, mitigating the effect of the heavily tinted external windows. The historic art collection of JWT was sold off and a new program of purchasing allowed the acquisition of provocative contemporary photographic work, curated by Sophie Oppenheimer. The pieces are strategically inserted throughout the agency for maximum impact. The graphics and way finding program, designed by EGG/Christian Daniels, became an opportunity to create environmental images on a large scale to complement the architecture. In addition, a unique font system was used on each floor, underscoring the identity of each unique area. While its basis is a pragmatic functional organization, the physical agency space draws in an urban richness without literal references. Since undertaking the transformation, JWT has seen a slew of business wins and associated expansion.

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Clive Wilkinson建筑师事务所受托翻新设计该办公室空间,DEGW公司协助与客户沟通,同时纽 约的HOK公司提供行政建筑服务。 为加强交互性、机动性和合作性,JWT公司内部隔离的区域将会被开放并重新连接。新的空间 将采用开放式体系结构,取消私人办公室,楼层之间的垂直运动将用于促进JWT公司社区的团结。 建筑理念成为一条主线:设计师使用“树”作为设计的主体,这是对于叙事性的一个比喻,但 我们也将它扩展为公司各分支机构之间的组织形式和连接物质。这棵“故事树”连接所有的楼层, 树干是中庭空间和楼梯,它们将入口大厅上面的所有楼层连接起来。单词刻在布料上面,并且使被 刻的字母垂落下来——我们称之为“垂落的字母”效果,这些垂落字母的形状看起来像叶子。 最低楼层(二层)的建筑表现最具特色,主要得益于5.5米高的天花板。入口的中庭从这里延 伸到10米的高度,混凝土的楼梯贯穿其中。走出楼梯可以步入不同特色的众多部门。特殊的地标 有助于在寻找路线时产生视觉兴趣。具有创意的区域包括夹层的“树屋”结构,带有几个合作的空 间和一个毗邻的多功能厅/咖啡馆/酒吧区,其中有一个明亮的酒吧。整个公司中,天花板被拆除, Zumtobel照明公司的一个最小的线性系统的上/下照明系统照亮了这个区域,减轻了外窗重色的效 果。 JWT公司的历史艺术品收藏被抛售,新的购买项目由Sophie Oppenheimer馆长策划,收购具有 视觉冲击的现代摄影作品。整个室内中技巧性地穿插艺术作品以突出效果。由EGG/Christian Daniels 设计的图形和寻路项目,很大程度上创造环境形象来辅助突出建筑特点。另外,每个楼层都采用一 个独特的字体系统,强调了每一个独特区域的特征。虽然它的基础是一个务实的功能组织,文字使 公司的空间具有丰富的都市感。自从接手设计工作以来,JWT公司见证了该公司的业务成就和在相 关领域的发展。

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Clive Wilkinson建筑师事务所受托翻新设计该办公室空间,DEGW公司协助与客户沟通,同时纽 约的HOK公司提供行政建筑服务。 为加强交互性、机动性和合作性,JWT公司内部隔离的区域将会被开放并重新连接。新的空间 将采用开放式体系结构,取消私人办公室,楼层之间的垂直运动将用于促进JWT公司社区的团结。 建筑理念成为一条主线:设计师使用“树”作为设计的主体,这是对于叙事性的一个比喻,但 我们也将它扩展为公司各分支机构之间的组织形式和连接物质。这棵“故事树”连接所有的楼层, 树干是中庭空间和楼梯,它们将入口大厅上面的所有楼层连接起来。单词刻在布料上面,并且使被 刻的字母垂落下来——我们称之为“垂落的字母”效果,这些垂落字母的形状看起来像叶子。 最低楼层(二层)的建筑表现最具特色,主要得益于5.5米高的天花板。入口的中庭从这里延 伸到10米的高度,混凝土的楼梯贯穿其中。走出楼梯可以步入不同特色的众多部门。特殊的地标 有助于在寻找路线时产生视觉兴趣。具有创意的区域包括夹层的“树屋”结构,带有几个合作的空 间和一个毗邻的多功能厅/咖啡馆/酒吧区,其中有一个明亮的酒吧。整个公司中,天花板被拆除, Zumtobel照明公司的一个最小的线性系统的上/下照明系统照亮了这个区域,减轻了外窗重色的效 果。 JWT公司的历史艺术品收藏被抛售,新的购买项目由Sophie Oppenheimer馆长策划,收购具有 视觉冲击的现代摄影作品。整个室内中技巧性地穿插艺术作品以突出效果。由EGG/Christian Daniels 设计的图形和寻路项目,很大程度上创造环境形象来辅助突出建筑特点。另外,每个楼层都采用一 个独特的字体系统,强调了每一个独特区域的特征。虽然它的基础是一个务实的功能组织,文字使 公司的空间具有丰富的都市感。自从接手设计工作以来,JWT公司见证了该公司的业务成就和在相 关领域的发展。

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BAJAS Designer Arquitectura e Interiores Location Bogotá, Colombia Area 970 m²

The concept and starting point of the offices was mainly focused on two purposes, the first one represented in creating a dynamic design, open and sober offices and the second making reference to the vital component of sustainable and eco-friendly to the environment in both the design and construction of offices and where the commitment of AeI, was absolute. It was thought from the beginning in the importance of various meeting rooms to meet the demand for client meetings and committees of the various departments of the office. An open office enjoys with not doubt in a specialty generous thought for each of the departments and outstanding furniture, large work areas for each employees as well as the importance of the filing cabinets that can easily become chaos for informal meetings between two persons. Apart of the meeting rooms, we have rooms for 4 persons to conduct informal meetings internally with contractors or clients. The “Thinking Room” seeks to create an area where the designers have all the bibliographic tools and materials, where they can do with comfort the process of designing a project, also that space will be used by all the staff, because it also becomes a recreation area so that any employee can spend a pleasant and peaceful time forgetting for a moment of the stress inherent of any office. SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGIES: At the entrance was set out a high-void-volume mat to prevent the entrance of particulate material to the working area. The staircase was made of a metal structure that has a high recycled content. All paints, carpets and furniture used in the project have low emissions of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds). The scheme is an open office with few partitions to allow the access of natural light and exterior view. The space counts with natural 42

lighting and a lighting system controlled by occupancy sensors for the offices closed. The ventilation system is mixed; there are operable windows that allow cross-ventilation and permanent renewal air and a mechanical system of ventilation. The distribution is made by textile ducts. They have less weight and less materials than a conventional ventilation system. During the course of the work 50% of the waste generated was diverted from landfill to recycling purposes. Over 90% of the equipment has the Energy Star label. In addition to this, the new offices consume 30% less of energy compared to the previous offices when reviewed the invoice of public services. The auditorium with capacity for 120 persons can be divided in 2, 3 or 4 meeting rooms depending on the quantity of people needed. It has sensors that are constantly monitoring the concentration of CO 2 . When it reaches 1000 parts per million, it activates and generates an alarm that notifies the users of the room. The chairs and rugs have the Greenguard seal that ensures lower emissions. Dual flush toilets and the urinal consumes 1/8 of water compared with a traditional apparatus. The sinks have push and they have been schedule a shorter cycle to save water. The savings achieve so far is around 40%. The building has bikers and the office has showers and dressing room's to promote bicycle transportation. There are several bikes available for those who need to move closer. The terrace floor is industrial metal for the ventilation of the basements and power plant. It has a capillary system to capture rainwater and can be self-sufficient for up to 3 months. The deck and wooden tables have the FSC label. 43


BAJAS Designer Arquitectura e Interiores Location Bogotá, Colombia Area 970 m²

The concept and starting point of the offices was mainly focused on two purposes, the first one represented in creating a dynamic design, open and sober offices and the second making reference to the vital component of sustainable and eco-friendly to the environment in both the design and construction of offices and where the commitment of AeI, was absolute. It was thought from the beginning in the importance of various meeting rooms to meet the demand for client meetings and committees of the various departments of the office. An open office enjoys with not doubt in a specialty generous thought for each of the departments and outstanding furniture, large work areas for each employees as well as the importance of the filing cabinets that can easily become chaos for informal meetings between two persons. Apart of the meeting rooms, we have rooms for 4 persons to conduct informal meetings internally with contractors or clients. The “Thinking Room” seeks to create an area where the designers have all the bibliographic tools and materials, where they can do with comfort the process of designing a project, also that space will be used by all the staff, because it also becomes a recreation area so that any employee can spend a pleasant and peaceful time forgetting for a moment of the stress inherent of any office. SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGIES: At the entrance was set out a high-void-volume mat to prevent the entrance of particulate material to the working area. The staircase was made of a metal structure that has a high recycled content. All paints, carpets and furniture used in the project have low emissions of VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds). The scheme is an open office with few partitions to allow the access of natural light and exterior view. The space counts with natural 42

lighting and a lighting system controlled by occupancy sensors for the offices closed. The ventilation system is mixed; there are operable windows that allow cross-ventilation and permanent renewal air and a mechanical system of ventilation. The distribution is made by textile ducts. They have less weight and less materials than a conventional ventilation system. During the course of the work 50% of the waste generated was diverted from landfill to recycling purposes. Over 90% of the equipment has the Energy Star label. In addition to this, the new offices consume 30% less of energy compared to the previous offices when reviewed the invoice of public services. The auditorium with capacity for 120 persons can be divided in 2, 3 or 4 meeting rooms depending on the quantity of people needed. It has sensors that are constantly monitoring the concentration of CO 2 . When it reaches 1000 parts per million, it activates and generates an alarm that notifies the users of the room. The chairs and rugs have the Greenguard seal that ensures lower emissions. Dual flush toilets and the urinal consumes 1/8 of water compared with a traditional apparatus. The sinks have push and they have been schedule a shorter cycle to save water. The savings achieve so far is around 40%. The building has bikers and the office has showers and dressing room's to promote bicycle transportation. There are several bikes available for those who need to move closer. The terrace floor is industrial metal for the ventilation of the basements and power plant. It has a capillary system to capture rainwater and can be self-sufficient for up to 3 months. The deck and wooden tables have the FSC label. 43


该办公室的理念和出发点主要侧重以下两个方面,首先是为了创造一个动态的设计, 开放的、正规的办公室。其次,如Ael做出郑重承诺的那样可持续地、环保地设计和建造办 公室。

通风采用混合系统、保证室内空气通透的窗户和通风系统。通风系统采用纺织品管 道,较之于传统通风系统,重量更轻,用材更少。 在工作期间,产生的50%废弃物进行回收而不是掩埋。超过90%的设备带有能源之

最初就考虑到各种会议室的重要性,力求满足客户及不同部门的会议需求。开放式的

星标签。除此之外,与以前的办公室相比,在公共服务方面,新办公室减少耗费30%的能

办公室毫无疑问为每个部门提供开放的思考空间,配备了精美的家具,为员工提供了宽敞

源。根据与会人数的多少,可容纳120人的礼堂可以分成2、3或4个会议室。会议室中装有

的工作空间以及文件柜,以防止员工日常使用变得混乱。除了会议室之外,我们拥有可容

传感器,不断地监控室内二氧化碳的浓度,当到达1000兆比率时,传感器将会自动运行,

纳4人的房间,便于与合约商或客户进行非正式会议。

发出警报提示会议室中的人员。椅子和地毯都有绿色卫士的标志,确保较低的排放量。双

“思考房间”旨在创造一个存放设计师所有目录工具书以及材料的场所,设计师可以 在“思考房间”舒适地设计项目。该空间还是休闲区,可以供所有员工使用,员工可以在 此享受快乐平静的时光,忘记办公室中的压力。 持续性策略 在入口处,放置一个高无空隙容积垫,防止微粒物质被携带进入工作区。 楼梯采用包含大量可回收材料的金属结构。项目中使用所有油漆、地毯和家具都含有 很低的VOC(挥发性有机化合物)。 本方案是设计一个带有很少分区的开放办公室,采光性好,景观优美。室内照明由自

重控制的抽水马桶和小便池与传统的设备相比,只需要八分之一的用水。水槽带有压下按 钮,出水的时间设计得很短以节约用水。 到目前为止,共节省了大约40%的能源。 该建筑有自行车位,办公室中有淋浴和更衣室,以鼓励员工骑自行车上班。另外配置 了几辆自行车方便员工使用。 露台地面采用工业金属以利于地下室和发电站的通风。它带有直液式系统,可以吸收 雨水,可以自己供给多达三个月。 木质平台和木桌标有FSC(森林管理委员会)标志。

然光和感应器控制的照明系统共同提供。

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该办公室的理念和出发点主要侧重以下两个方面,首先是为了创造一个动态的设计, 开放的、正规的办公室。其次,如Ael做出郑重承诺的那样可持续地、环保地设计和建造办 公室。

通风采用混合系统、保证室内空气通透的窗户和通风系统。通风系统采用纺织品管 道,较之于传统通风系统,重量更轻,用材更少。 在工作期间,产生的50%废弃物进行回收而不是掩埋。超过90%的设备带有能源之

最初就考虑到各种会议室的重要性,力求满足客户及不同部门的会议需求。开放式的

星标签。除此之外,与以前的办公室相比,在公共服务方面,新办公室减少耗费30%的能

办公室毫无疑问为每个部门提供开放的思考空间,配备了精美的家具,为员工提供了宽敞

源。根据与会人数的多少,可容纳120人的礼堂可以分成2、3或4个会议室。会议室中装有

的工作空间以及文件柜,以防止员工日常使用变得混乱。除了会议室之外,我们拥有可容

传感器,不断地监控室内二氧化碳的浓度,当到达1000兆比率时,传感器将会自动运行,

纳4人的房间,便于与合约商或客户进行非正式会议。

发出警报提示会议室中的人员。椅子和地毯都有绿色卫士的标志,确保较低的排放量。双

“思考房间”旨在创造一个存放设计师所有目录工具书以及材料的场所,设计师可以 在“思考房间”舒适地设计项目。该空间还是休闲区,可以供所有员工使用,员工可以在 此享受快乐平静的时光,忘记办公室中的压力。 持续性策略 在入口处,放置一个高无空隙容积垫,防止微粒物质被携带进入工作区。 楼梯采用包含大量可回收材料的金属结构。项目中使用所有油漆、地毯和家具都含有 很低的VOC(挥发性有机化合物)。 本方案是设计一个带有很少分区的开放办公室,采光性好,景观优美。室内照明由自

重控制的抽水马桶和小便池与传统的设备相比,只需要八分之一的用水。水槽带有压下按 钮,出水的时间设计得很短以节约用水。 到目前为止,共节省了大约40%的能源。 该建筑有自行车位,办公室中有淋浴和更衣室,以鼓励员工骑自行车上班。另外配置 了几辆自行车方便员工使用。 露台地面采用工业金属以利于地下室和发电站的通风。它带有直液式系统,可以吸收 雨水,可以自己供给多达三个月。 木质平台和木桌标有FSC(森林管理委员会)标志。

然光和感应器控制的照明系统共同提供。

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Prodigy MSN Designer Space, Juan Carlos Baumgartner / Fabiola Troyo del Valle Lighting design Luz en Arquitectura Contractor GA&A LEED Adviser Cívita Comissioning LEED AKF Location Santa Fe, Mexico City Area 890 m² Photographer Paul Czitrom

The main concepts of this project are the followings: OPEN AND BRIGHT AS THE FUTURE OF PRODIGY MSN The openness and translucency are evident in the whole Project. The layout gets all the advantage it can to the daylight. Most of the glassed façade is free, but there are a few points in which some meeting rooms and private offices are next to the façade. Those spaces are closed with glass, that allowed the openness and brightness we were looking for. In addition, the workstations are low and they have translucent boards. Finally, in the heart of the project was built a long piece of private offices, conceptualized as a glass box in which it was designed some graphic patterns make of vinyl to make these spaces more private but clear as well. They translate clearly the personality of Prodigy MSN. MULTI-PROPOSE SPACES This project was focused to be versatile. So, if we compare this project with a traditional one, we can find that this one didn’t look for a check list of needed spaces, moreover it creates spaces capable of respond to the client necessities. A clear example of this is the reception, which more than a wait-reception space, it is a node where employees, clients and visitors gets in. Into this node, it is located a coffee bar to make this approach warmer. There isn´t any physic board to separate this space to the work-space, and most of the meeting rooms are located into this node. 48

The offices have a variety of casual meeting rooms spread in strategic points to allow communication among employees, and some of them have other functions, as the collection and storage bar. LEED COMMERCIAL INTERIORS CERTIFICATION The main points in this project for LEED certification are the following. -The offices are into a building that is looking for LEED Core & Shell certification, and that building is located in an urban area that is provided by basic and accessible services and by public transportation infrastructure. - The project saves more than 20% in the water use. - The project gets a save of 20% of energy in lighting systems. - The project complies with the standards of energy efficiency that LEED recommends. -There is a dedicated space to collect and store recyclable materials. -More than 20% of materials used in the project have recycled content. -The HVAC system has filters that help to maintain the interior air quality cleaner. - Paintings, coatings, sealers and glues used in the project have a low content of VOC´s, which avoids interior air pollution. -100% of the workspaces have access to daylight and views.

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Prodigy MSN Designer Space, Juan Carlos Baumgartner / Fabiola Troyo del Valle Lighting design Luz en Arquitectura Contractor GA&A LEED Adviser Cívita Comissioning LEED AKF Location Santa Fe, Mexico City Area 890 m² Photographer Paul Czitrom

The main concepts of this project are the followings: OPEN AND BRIGHT AS THE FUTURE OF PRODIGY MSN The openness and translucency are evident in the whole Project. The layout gets all the advantage it can to the daylight. Most of the glassed façade is free, but there are a few points in which some meeting rooms and private offices are next to the façade. Those spaces are closed with glass, that allowed the openness and brightness we were looking for. In addition, the workstations are low and they have translucent boards. Finally, in the heart of the project was built a long piece of private offices, conceptualized as a glass box in which it was designed some graphic patterns make of vinyl to make these spaces more private but clear as well. They translate clearly the personality of Prodigy MSN. MULTI-PROPOSE SPACES This project was focused to be versatile. So, if we compare this project with a traditional one, we can find that this one didn’t look for a check list of needed spaces, moreover it creates spaces capable of respond to the client necessities. A clear example of this is the reception, which more than a wait-reception space, it is a node where employees, clients and visitors gets in. Into this node, it is located a coffee bar to make this approach warmer. There isn´t any physic board to separate this space to the work-space, and most of the meeting rooms are located into this node. 48

The offices have a variety of casual meeting rooms spread in strategic points to allow communication among employees, and some of them have other functions, as the collection and storage bar. LEED COMMERCIAL INTERIORS CERTIFICATION The main points in this project for LEED certification are the following. -The offices are into a building that is looking for LEED Core & Shell certification, and that building is located in an urban area that is provided by basic and accessible services and by public transportation infrastructure. - The project saves more than 20% in the water use. - The project gets a save of 20% of energy in lighting systems. - The project complies with the standards of energy efficiency that LEED recommends. -There is a dedicated space to collect and store recyclable materials. -More than 20% of materials used in the project have recycled content. -The HVAC system has filters that help to maintain the interior air quality cleaner. - Paintings, coatings, sealers and glues used in the project have a low content of VOC´s, which avoids interior air pollution. -100% of the workspaces have access to daylight and views.

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此项目的主要理念如下: 如Prodigy MSN的未来般开放、清晰 整个项目的开放性和通透性是显而易见的。整个布局充分利用日光。墙的正面由玻璃板构 成,而大多数的玻璃板是可以灵活移动的,有一些会议室和私人办公室与这些玻璃板相邻。这些 空间利用玻璃取得封闭效果,正是我们一直追求的开放与通透的特性。此外,这些工作站的高度 适中,并有透明板。 最后,在此项目的中间建造一些长条状的私人办公区。在这样的玻璃空间中,用乙烯基材质 创造出的灵活模式使得空间更加私密,干净,体现设计理念,更加清晰地诠释Prodigy MSN的特 点。 多功能空间 该项目的重点是强调通用性。因此,将此项目与传统项目相比,可以发现该项目没有设计一 系列传统项目所拥有的固定用途的空间,但所创造的空间非常符合客户的需求。接待处就是最好 的例证,它不仅是一个接待处,还是员工、客户及来访者都可以进入的交汇点。在这个交汇点设 有一个咖啡吧,使得此入口倍加温馨。在此区域与工作区之间没有隔断,而且大部分会议室也设 在这个交汇点。 办公室内的某些角落有各种各样的临时会议室,使得员工可以随时交流、沟通。有一些临时 会议室具有其他功能,例如,充当收藏区或存储区。 LEED商业室内设计认证 LEED认证项目的主要内容如下: —办公室所在的办公楼遵循LEED认证项目的考核内容而且该办公楼坐落在可提供基本必要 服务和公共交通设施的城市区。 —该项目节省超过20%的用水。 —该项目为照明系统节省20%的能源。 —该项目符合LEED所要求的能源效率标准。 —有专门空间收集和储存可回收材料。 —项目中使用的材料超过20%为可再生材料。 —HVAC系统的过滤器,有助于保持室内空气清洁。 —该项目中使用的油漆、涂料、密封剂和胶水中的有机化合物挥发成分较低,从而避免了室 内空气污染。 —所有工作空间都有日光照射并拥有开阔的视野。

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此项目的主要理念如下: 如Prodigy MSN的未来般开放、清晰 整个项目的开放性和通透性是显而易见的。整个布局充分利用日光。墙的正面由玻璃板构 成,而大多数的玻璃板是可以灵活移动的,有一些会议室和私人办公室与这些玻璃板相邻。这些 空间利用玻璃取得封闭效果,正是我们一直追求的开放与通透的特性。此外,这些工作站的高度 适中,并有透明板。 最后,在此项目的中间建造一些长条状的私人办公区。在这样的玻璃空间中,用乙烯基材质 创造出的灵活模式使得空间更加私密,干净,体现设计理念,更加清晰地诠释Prodigy MSN的特 点。 多功能空间 该项目的重点是强调通用性。因此,将此项目与传统项目相比,可以发现该项目没有设计一 系列传统项目所拥有的固定用途的空间,但所创造的空间非常符合客户的需求。接待处就是最好 的例证,它不仅是一个接待处,还是员工、客户及来访者都可以进入的交汇点。在这个交汇点设 有一个咖啡吧,使得此入口倍加温馨。在此区域与工作区之间没有隔断,而且大部分会议室也设 在这个交汇点。 办公室内的某些角落有各种各样的临时会议室,使得员工可以随时交流、沟通。有一些临时 会议室具有其他功能,例如,充当收藏区或存储区。 LEED商业室内设计认证 LEED认证项目的主要内容如下: —办公室所在的办公楼遵循LEED认证项目的考核内容而且该办公楼坐落在可提供基本必要 服务和公共交通设施的城市区。 —该项目节省超过20%的用水。 —该项目为照明系统节省20%的能源。 —该项目符合LEED所要求的能源效率标准。 —有专门空间收集和储存可回收材料。 —项目中使用的材料超过20%为可再生材料。 —HVAC系统的过滤器,有助于保持室内空气清洁。 —该项目中使用的油漆、涂料、密封剂和胶水中的有机化合物挥发成分较低,从而避免了室 内空气污染。 —所有工作空间都有日光照射并拥有开阔的视野。

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3M – CTC Designer Arquitectura e Interiores Location Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America Area 1800 m²

This project responds to a requirement of specific use. A fundamental premise was established to work on base in the own themes of the architecture, as a way of giving to the exercise to project a reflection point about the different implicit relationships by intervening a territory. This argument is given from a set of general ideas that may go unnoticed but are essential to establish within the architecture work of a mindset that does not give specific answers to specific problems but has been raised as a trigger for various reflections on architecture. Is in part recognition of the relationships no explicit within a range of possibilities? In thinking about the problems of the architecture as belonging to the themes and thought processes, makes the architectonic answer not a perfect answer to the problems that implies an specific project, on the contrary will be looked as a range in which different architects, in different times, with their own characteristics of time, give answer according to the logic construction of an argument. An argument that leads to study, compare and recognize the issues of the architecture that at first do not appear to be comparable elements. -The main objective of this proposal, is to establish a space solution and the articulation of those that must have the CTC (Customer Technical Center) to create a space for the client in a way it potentializes the 3M products and could generate identification for the commercial aspects and markets initiative of 3M. -Conceive the CTC as a tool inside the business processes, making the CTC an important step in providing solutions, services and construct inside the environment of 3M long term relationships with customers. - Design a building to not only establish a relationship with the 3M business initiative but also create an architectonic communion with the previous building without unknowing the value of the architectonic work, but build a set of elements conceived in different times and become part of the representation of its period. - Make the architecture of the building itself CTC a model application of the 3M products in which many options offered by 3M products can be explored to architectural and construction solutions.

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3M – CTC Designer Arquitectura e Interiores Location Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States of America Area 1800 m²

This project responds to a requirement of specific use. A fundamental premise was established to work on base in the own themes of the architecture, as a way of giving to the exercise to project a reflection point about the different implicit relationships by intervening a territory. This argument is given from a set of general ideas that may go unnoticed but are essential to establish within the architecture work of a mindset that does not give specific answers to specific problems but has been raised as a trigger for various reflections on architecture. Is in part recognition of the relationships no explicit within a range of possibilities? In thinking about the problems of the architecture as belonging to the themes and thought processes, makes the architectonic answer not a perfect answer to the problems that implies an specific project, on the contrary will be looked as a range in which different architects, in different times, with their own characteristics of time, give answer according to the logic construction of an argument. An argument that leads to study, compare and recognize the issues of the architecture that at first do not appear to be comparable elements. -The main objective of this proposal, is to establish a space solution and the articulation of those that must have the CTC (Customer Technical Center) to create a space for the client in a way it potentializes the 3M products and could generate identification for the commercial aspects and markets initiative of 3M. -Conceive the CTC as a tool inside the business processes, making the CTC an important step in providing solutions, services and construct inside the environment of 3M long term relationships with customers. - Design a building to not only establish a relationship with the 3M business initiative but also create an architectonic communion with the previous building without unknowing the value of the architectonic work, but build a set of elements conceived in different times and become part of the representation of its period. - Make the architecture of the building itself CTC a model application of the 3M products in which many options offered by 3M products can be explored to architectural and construction solutions.

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此项目专门针对某些 特殊使用需求而设计。此项 目的一个基本前提是以该建 筑自身的主题风格为基础, 通过变化区域特点,规划不 同隐性关系反射点。此灵感 来源于一些常规的想法。这 些想法在平时并不容易被大 家所察觉,但对于建筑理念 却是极其必要的,因为建筑 理念虽然不是针对某些特定 问题而给出特定答案,但却 被大家认为是不同建筑风格 的灵感来源。对于认识某种 关系来讲,真的没有一点儿 明显的可能性吗?在思考建 筑问题到底是主题上的问题 还是思维过程的问题时,答 案不应当十全十美,因为该 答案反应的是一个具体的项 目。相反,该答案应被看做 是一种动态的无固定范围 的,其中不同的建筑师,在 不同的时代,应随时间的自 身特点,根据论点的逻辑结 构给予答案。一种灵感可以 让我们去学习、比较和认识 最初似乎不具有可比性元素 的问题。 该灵感的主要目的是通 过创建空间改造方案和具备 CTC(客户技术中心)的配 套方案开发专门为客户服务 的空间,从而使得3M产品 极具市场潜力,实现商业价 值和3M产品的市场定位。 把客户服务中心当做是 商业过程中的工具,使得客 户服务中心成为提供解决方 案与服务的重要步骤,并建 立3M环境中客户之间的长 期关系。 建筑设计不但可以建 立与3M商业目标的联系, 而且可以通过了解建筑工作 价值与之前的建筑找到共同 点。通过建立不同时期被公 众所熟知的元素集,成为该 时期某些方面的代表。 该建筑本身的客户技术 中心可成为3M产品的应用 典范,从而探索3M产品对 于建筑和建设解决方案所提 供的多种选择。

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此项目专门针对某些 特殊使用需求而设计。此项 目的一个基本前提是以该建 筑自身的主题风格为基础, 通过变化区域特点,规划不 同隐性关系反射点。此灵感 来源于一些常规的想法。这 些想法在平时并不容易被大 家所察觉,但对于建筑理念 却是极其必要的,因为建筑 理念虽然不是针对某些特定 问题而给出特定答案,但却 被大家认为是不同建筑风格 的灵感来源。对于认识某种 关系来讲,真的没有一点儿 明显的可能性吗?在思考建 筑问题到底是主题上的问题 还是思维过程的问题时,答 案不应当十全十美,因为该 答案反应的是一个具体的项 目。相反,该答案应被看做 是一种动态的无固定范围 的,其中不同的建筑师,在 不同的时代,应随时间的自 身特点,根据论点的逻辑结 构给予答案。一种灵感可以 让我们去学习、比较和认识 最初似乎不具有可比性元素 的问题。 该灵感的主要目的是通 过创建空间改造方案和具备 CTC(客户技术中心)的配 套方案开发专门为客户服务 的空间,从而使得3M产品 极具市场潜力,实现商业价 值和3M产品的市场定位。 把客户服务中心当做是 商业过程中的工具,使得客 户服务中心成为提供解决方 案与服务的重要步骤,并建 立3M环境中客户之间的长 期关系。 建筑设计不但可以建 立与3M商业目标的联系, 而且可以通过了解建筑工作 价值与之前的建筑找到共同 点。通过建立不同时期被公 众所熟知的元素集,成为该 时期某些方面的代表。 该建筑本身的客户技术 中心可成为3M产品的应用 典范,从而探索3M产品对 于建筑和建设解决方案所提 供的多种选择。

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Google Office Moscow Design Company Camenzind Evolution Ltd. Location Moscow, Russion Area 2600 m²

The new Google Office in Moscow is unique and inspiring so many levels as it embraces the local identity and the wants and wishes of the employees. It is immediately welcoming, warm and inviting, relaxed yet focused, comfy and still serious as it provides functional and diverse work environments throughout. Designed with direct input and collaborative engagement of the local Googlers, the new home brings together, previously separated in two locations, engineering, sales, marketing and corporate services, identifying commonalities, essential needs and the collective spirit of the Googlers. Throughout the design process, the research analysis and resulting data showed that Moscow employees were strongly aligned with the global identity and values of Google, but they also had a strong desire to reflect these values from a local point of view. They wanted the design to emphasize warmth and family, to reflect the needs of individuals over corporate standards, and they clearly wanted the office to have a strong Russian identity—defined by its rich literature,

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poetry and natural beauty. The resulting interior architecture triumphs as it celebrates the culture of the Russian out of finely crafted brickwork mirroring the Cremlin’s grand architectural heritage. And in typical Google style, it’s playful and fun with areas set aside for video games and ping-pong. The main office area is light, airy and open, with beautiful views over Old Moscow Centre and the Kremlin. Meeting rooms and informal collaboration areas surround and support the workspace. These are delicately designed at a human, almost residential scale and unified through the use of subtle graphics telling tales from childhood cartoons, movies and fanciful fairytales. And finally, in the heart of the office there is a special place for Googlers to gather informally in a comfortable, casual setting. It’s a large coffee lounge and break area that is super cozy and relaxed. It’ s a place to unwind, work or quietly converse with coworkers— under a whimsical tree where the mood is magical.

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Google Office Moscow Design Company Camenzind Evolution Ltd. Location Moscow, Russion Area 2600 m²

The new Google Office in Moscow is unique and inspiring so many levels as it embraces the local identity and the wants and wishes of the employees. It is immediately welcoming, warm and inviting, relaxed yet focused, comfy and still serious as it provides functional and diverse work environments throughout. Designed with direct input and collaborative engagement of the local Googlers, the new home brings together, previously separated in two locations, engineering, sales, marketing and corporate services, identifying commonalities, essential needs and the collective spirit of the Googlers. Throughout the design process, the research analysis and resulting data showed that Moscow employees were strongly aligned with the global identity and values of Google, but they also had a strong desire to reflect these values from a local point of view. They wanted the design to emphasize warmth and family, to reflect the needs of individuals over corporate standards, and they clearly wanted the office to have a strong Russian identity—defined by its rich literature,

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poetry and natural beauty. The resulting interior architecture triumphs as it celebrates the culture of the Russian out of finely crafted brickwork mirroring the Cremlin’s grand architectural heritage. And in typical Google style, it’s playful and fun with areas set aside for video games and ping-pong. The main office area is light, airy and open, with beautiful views over Old Moscow Centre and the Kremlin. Meeting rooms and informal collaboration areas surround and support the workspace. These are delicately designed at a human, almost residential scale and unified through the use of subtle graphics telling tales from childhood cartoons, movies and fanciful fairytales. And finally, in the heart of the office there is a special place for Googlers to gather informally in a comfortable, casual setting. It’s a large coffee lounge and break area that is super cozy and relaxed. It’ s a place to unwind, work or quietly converse with coworkers— under a whimsical tree where the mood is magical.

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谷歌在莫斯科设立的新办事处的设计风格独一无二,而且令人振奋。它在很多方面体

本项目的室内设计风格受到大家的好评。精雕细琢的砖建筑体不但体现了俄罗斯的文

现了当地特色以及员工的想法与梦想。它的风格得到了大家的一致好评,舒适、温馨,同

化,同时也折射出克林姆林宫巨大的建筑遗产。有趣、好玩是谷歌典型的设计风格,同时

时又展示了多功能、多样化的办公环境。

为视频游戏和乒乓球划定了娱乐专属区域。

此设计不但保留了谷歌惯有的设计理念,同时也考虑当地的特色,打破之前两地风格

主办公区光线明亮,通风良好,开放通透,能够看到莫斯科中心和克里姆林宫的美

各异的模式,将工程、销售、市场营销和企业服务汇集一体,体现一致性、基本需求和谷

景。会议室和非正式的合作区与工作区相连。设计极具人性化特色,与住宅规模相仿,微

歌的合作精神。

妙的图画讲述着漫画、电影和童话故事。

在整个设计过程中,分析和数据表明,莫斯科员工与谷歌在所特有的全球身份与价值

最后,该办公室的中心有一个特定区域供谷歌工作人员休闲娱乐,环境舒适、安逸。

观方面惊人的一致。但他们也强烈地希望用自己的想法反映这些价值。他们希望设计强调

这是一个宽敞且环境舒适和放松的咖啡厅和休息区。员工们在这里可以卸下工作的紧张情

温暖舒适与家庭感,反映员工个体对于企业标准的需求。而且他们希望办公室能具有浓厚

绪,与同事闲谈,愉悦的心情不言而喻。

的俄罗斯风格,即丰富的文学、诗歌和自然美。

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谷歌在莫斯科设立的新办事处的设计风格独一无二,而且令人振奋。它在很多方面体

本项目的室内设计风格受到大家的好评。精雕细琢的砖建筑体不但体现了俄罗斯的文

现了当地特色以及员工的想法与梦想。它的风格得到了大家的一致好评,舒适、温馨,同

化,同时也折射出克林姆林宫巨大的建筑遗产。有趣、好玩是谷歌典型的设计风格,同时

时又展示了多功能、多样化的办公环境。

为视频游戏和乒乓球划定了娱乐专属区域。

此设计不但保留了谷歌惯有的设计理念,同时也考虑当地的特色,打破之前两地风格

主办公区光线明亮,通风良好,开放通透,能够看到莫斯科中心和克里姆林宫的美

各异的模式,将工程、销售、市场营销和企业服务汇集一体,体现一致性、基本需求和谷

景。会议室和非正式的合作区与工作区相连。设计极具人性化特色,与住宅规模相仿,微

歌的合作精神。

妙的图画讲述着漫画、电影和童话故事。

在整个设计过程中,分析和数据表明,莫斯科员工与谷歌在所特有的全球身份与价值

最后,该办公室的中心有一个特定区域供谷歌工作人员休闲娱乐,环境舒适、安逸。

观方面惊人的一致。但他们也强烈地希望用自己的想法反映这些价值。他们希望设计强调

这是一个宽敞且环境舒适和放松的咖啡厅和休息区。员工们在这里可以卸下工作的紧张情

温暖舒适与家庭感,反映员工个体对于企业标准的需求。而且他们希望办公室能具有浓厚

绪,与同事闲谈,愉悦的心情不言而喻。

的俄罗斯风格,即丰富的文学、诗歌和自然美。

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IBM Software Executive Briefing Center Designer Iosa Ghini Associati Location Rome, Italy Photographer Santi Caleca

IBM Software Executive Briefing Center in Rome has been entirely renovated and has significantly expanded its area. The entire project, designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini and his studio, elaborates the famous "strips" of the IBM logo in an innovative and fascinating way. Audiovisual advanced technologies have been carefully selected to provide guests a comfortable and high valueadded experience. The new Software Executive Briefing Center in Rome is located within the same structure that hosts the international laboratory for the development of the IBM Software Group and provides all the tools to explore IBM's technology and its innovative solutions in one new and exciting atmosphere. The IBM Software Executive Briefing Program is designed to

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provide professionally managed events and to maximize the value of time that customers spend in IBM. Any “briefing” usually includes presentations and demonstrations to bring customers to run events which they participate. Listening, discussing and illustrating how the new IBM technologies can be helpful in facing and resolving technical and business issues, making people away from the traditional concept of communication, to get closer to a place of useful comparison: a new agora. Massimo Iosa Ghini says: “I tried to configure a place conceived as a new agora, capable of encouraging and stimulating productive discussion, in a dimension of communication that gets away from traditional parameters, making virtual interface scenarios the protagonists”.

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IBM Software Executive Briefing Center Designer Iosa Ghini Associati Location Rome, Italy Photographer Santi Caleca

IBM Software Executive Briefing Center in Rome has been entirely renovated and has significantly expanded its area. The entire project, designed by Massimo Iosa Ghini and his studio, elaborates the famous "strips" of the IBM logo in an innovative and fascinating way. Audiovisual advanced technologies have been carefully selected to provide guests a comfortable and high valueadded experience. The new Software Executive Briefing Center in Rome is located within the same structure that hosts the international laboratory for the development of the IBM Software Group and provides all the tools to explore IBM's technology and its innovative solutions in one new and exciting atmosphere. The IBM Software Executive Briefing Program is designed to

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provide professionally managed events and to maximize the value of time that customers spend in IBM. Any “briefing” usually includes presentations and demonstrations to bring customers to run events which they participate. Listening, discussing and illustrating how the new IBM technologies can be helpful in facing and resolving technical and business issues, making people away from the traditional concept of communication, to get closer to a place of useful comparison: a new agora. Massimo Iosa Ghini says: “I tried to configure a place conceived as a new agora, capable of encouraging and stimulating productive discussion, in a dimension of communication that gets away from traditional parameters, making virtual interface scenarios the protagonists”.

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IBM软件执行简报中心位于意大利罗马,公司办公室已被完全重新装修,其面积明 显扩大。项目由Massimo Iosa Ghini及其工作室设计,以革新和引人注目的方式设计著名 的IBM“条形”标志。 精心选择视听方面的先进技术为客户提供温馨舒适和增值体验。 罗马的IBM软件执行简报中心与IBM软件小组位于同一座建筑,该建筑中有国际研 发实验室,在全新的、进取的环境下提供所有IBM技术开发工具及革新方案。 IBM软件执行简报规划旨在提供专业的管理项目,最大程度上提高客户在IBM时间 的价值。任何“简报”都包括演示和展示IBM的新技术在面对和解决技术和业务问题时 的帮助,突破传统沟通的概念,更加接近有益的对比场所:新兴的集市。 Massimo Iosa Ghini声称:“我试图设置一个新兴集市的场所,用以鼓励和刺激有效 的讨论,这种沟通区别于传统的参数,使得虚拟界面场景成为主导。”

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IBM软件执行简报中心位于意大利罗马,公司办公室已被完全重新装修,其面积明 显扩大。项目由Massimo Iosa Ghini及其工作室设计,以革新和引人注目的方式设计著名 的IBM“条形”标志。 精心选择视听方面的先进技术为客户提供温馨舒适和增值体验。 罗马的IBM软件执行简报中心与IBM软件小组位于同一座建筑,该建筑中有国际研 发实验室,在全新的、进取的环境下提供所有IBM技术开发工具及革新方案。 IBM软件执行简报规划旨在提供专业的管理项目,最大程度上提高客户在IBM时间 的价值。任何“简报”都包括演示和展示IBM的新技术在面对和解决技术和业务问题时 的帮助,突破传统沟通的概念,更加接近有益的对比场所:新兴的集市。 Massimo Iosa Ghini声称:“我试图设置一个新兴集市的场所,用以鼓励和刺激有效 的讨论,这种沟通区别于传统的参数,使得虚拟界面场景成为主导。”

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Law Office Designer Kapil Aggarwal, Mikhil Kant Design Company Spaces Architects Location E-17, East of Kailash, New Delhi, India Area 222 m² Photographer Akhil Bakshi

As one enters the open office one leads to the reception and waiting area. The reception table is made out of bison panel and has a front glass panel with leaf cut design at bottom which is backlit. The similar leaf pattern are reflected on the floor tile in glass cut in the dark color floor tile. The ceiling over the reception area has multiple rectangular white painted panels laid from wire in different directions. Red single sofa at the reception area has backlit onyx stone in the partition enhancing the whole area. Since the reception area is in the front it catches the eye of the person who enters the office. The partition has abstract shaped niches giving an insight of the conference room from the reception area. The conference has a glass partition with glass door giving visibility of the area from the passage maintaining the open office concept. The ceiling of conference room has veneer cladding with abstract shaped hanging beams. The main cabin has a sliding door and becomes a part of the conference. The ceiling of cabin has perforated wooden panels with backlit acrylic sheet. The abstract form of table made of corian has the leaf pattern cut on it complimentary to the backlit leaf form at the cabinet shutter at back. The open workstation outside the main cabin has interesting form of ceiling with three teak beams facing the front workstation. The storage cabinets has been designed in an interesting manner with multiple hexagonal boxes placed one above another in different angles. The individual cabin of the other end of the wall has glass partition in front. The whole office blends with the open office layout and the abstract shaped members used in the interiors throwing more light on the concept. The passage into the front office has multiple white panels hanged from ceiling with partition having glass laser cut with leaf pattern in continuation with the leaf form used. The wall outside the lounge has been painted in pastel pink shade adding color to the space. The glazing has multiple horizontal teak members with abstract film design. The ceiling in the open workstation has multiple teak boxes with glass panel which is backlit. 76

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Law Office Designer Kapil Aggarwal, Mikhil Kant Design Company Spaces Architects Location E-17, East of Kailash, New Delhi, India Area 222 m² Photographer Akhil Bakshi

As one enters the open office one leads to the reception and waiting area. The reception table is made out of bison panel and has a front glass panel with leaf cut design at bottom which is backlit. The similar leaf pattern are reflected on the floor tile in glass cut in the dark color floor tile. The ceiling over the reception area has multiple rectangular white painted panels laid from wire in different directions. Red single sofa at the reception area has backlit onyx stone in the partition enhancing the whole area. Since the reception area is in the front it catches the eye of the person who enters the office. The partition has abstract shaped niches giving an insight of the conference room from the reception area. The conference has a glass partition with glass door giving visibility of the area from the passage maintaining the open office concept. The ceiling of conference room has veneer cladding with abstract shaped hanging beams. The main cabin has a sliding door and becomes a part of the conference. The ceiling of cabin has perforated wooden panels with backlit acrylic sheet. The abstract form of table made of corian has the leaf pattern cut on it complimentary to the backlit leaf form at the cabinet shutter at back. The open workstation outside the main cabin has interesting form of ceiling with three teak beams facing the front workstation. The storage cabinets has been designed in an interesting manner with multiple hexagonal boxes placed one above another in different angles. The individual cabin of the other end of the wall has glass partition in front. The whole office blends with the open office layout and the abstract shaped members used in the interiors throwing more light on the concept. The passage into the front office has multiple white panels hanged from ceiling with partition having glass laser cut with leaf pattern in continuation with the leaf form used. The wall outside the lounge has been painted in pastel pink shade adding color to the space. The glazing has multiple horizontal teak members with abstract film design. The ceiling in the open workstation has multiple teak boxes with glass panel which is backlit. 76

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Creative & Modern Office  

Creative & Modern Office,246 mm*290 mm,352pages,Hardcopy

Creative & Modern Office  

Creative & Modern Office,246 mm*290 mm,352pages,Hardcopy

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