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Lin Kaixin Design Co. completes Office in Fuzhou

by Simon Yuen on Feb 2, 2016 in Interiors
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Lin Kaixin Design Co. has recently completed an office project in Fuzhou, China

Chinese designer Lin Kaixin has completed an interior design project for Fuzhou Yimeijia Building Materials Co. Ltd. in Fuzhou, China.

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Different from traditional offices, Fuzhou Timeijia’s office greets people with white walls, grey tiles and stairs without a handrail. Before designing the interior, Lin was briefed by the owner of the company, saying that the only requirement for the design was for it to be elegant and quiet.

Lin has applied traditional white walls and grey tiles into space with a wooden accent adding to the clean interior. The office is relatively small, measuring only 186 sq-m, but it can still accommodate a lot of facilities. The general manager’s office is on the first floor, with the offices of people in charge of building material brands, the finance department, the tea room and the bar lounge area also on the same floor. The conference room and store sales office area are both located in the attic.

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