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New office for Comodo

by on Sep 22, 2015 in Interiors
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Comodo Interior & Furniture Design Co. Ltd has recently relocated and rejuvenated their office space at the same time

Having been established for many years, the firm moved to an office space in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, earlier in the year. Apart from providing a better working environment for the team, they also wanted to offer a glimpse of their design skills to their prospective customers.

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The office is divided into three areas – the meeting room, the working area and the director's room. Upon stepping inside, visitors will see a bright Comodo logo next to a Wiggle Side Chair designed by Frank Gehry. The sculptural form of the chair makes it stand out, and its surprisingly simple appearance works well with the design of the office.

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The practice’s design director Alain Wong applied a new concept to space, with a view to fostering an environment of creativity and business progress. Grey and black have been used extensively throughout the workspace, yet the result is surprisingly refreshing and inviting. The floor-to-ceiling windows lets natural light  enter the office, which not only bright up the interior, but also helps to inspire creative thinking in such a relaxed atmosphere.

 

 

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