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COMODO completes Sci-Fi inspired office

by Sophie Cullen on Jun 4, 2016 in Interiors
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COMODO Interior & Furniture Design Co Ltd has just completed a new office design for a client working in the I.T business

Hong Kong-based COMODO, founded by Alain Wong – a judge at Perspectives A&D Trophy Awards 2016, has just unveiled its new design for this project. To reference the nature of the business, the designer wanted to create a kind of science fiction-themed environment, with a minimalist interior for the workspace. Sleek lines connect the entire space, and a black and white colour palette has been used throughout to heighten the contrast.

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As there are only a few staff working out of the office, meetings are usually held internally. For this reason, the office was divided into two main open areas: the working space on and the meeting area. These areas are divided by a grey glass partition, which makes the office more spacious, and also lets the natural light through into the meeting room.

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Each member of staff requires two large computer monitors to complete daily tasks, so bigger work desks were specifically designed to accommodate them. A bespoke meeting table with curved surface and biased side support was also designed specifically for the project.

 

 

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