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Fingo Design & Associates transforms the offices of Roadshow Media

by Sophie Cullen on May 5, 2016 in Interiors
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Hong Kong firm Fingo Design & Associates has recently refreshed the workspace of Roadshow Media

The practice has transformed the office of the advertising company by combining its two offices into one mega-unit. The refresh has ensured that the space is now playful and fun, yet still highly functional for the staff who work there.

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Located over 14,500 sq-ft in Lai Chi Kok, the operations and production departments have been merged to accommodate over 160 team members. The firm opted to create a bold and iconic reception area, and included an infinity-shaped sofa in the middle of the space to reflect the idea of fluidity. A television set mounted on a red glass wall which plays the up-to-date roadshow programme which echoes the graphic backdrop of the reception.

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The “whirly” door design of the conference room provides flexibility to the space, as it can be an enclosed private area or opened up to enhance the spaciousness of the reception.To direct more natural lighting into the work place, glass doors and glass partitions have been utilised in the management room. Work benches have been used to avoid blocking the natural lighting from windows and to enhance the team spirit and productivity without putting the high restricted partition up, as in usual office design.

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Two simple collaboration areas are located in the middle of the office as a meeting point for team brain storming. In addition, the pantry is designed in a modern and industrial style which creates a welcoming location for all to relax.

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