Peng Zheng Design brings loft design to an architecture firm

by Cheryl Lau on Aug 19, 2016 in Interiors , Lifestyle
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All images courtesy Peng Zheng Design

All images courtesy Peng Zheng Design

Peng Zheng Design (C&C DESIGN CO., LTD) has incorporated creative loft design into the interior for a small architectural firm

The main objective of this project was to maximise the use of space, and, by doing so, enable an efficient, open and relaxed office environment.


In order to meet the objectives of the design, the team decided it was best to employ a loft as a guide to shape the space within the office. The main colour palette is largely neutral, with the use of black, white and grey tones that blend with a linear geometrical effect used on the backgrounds to generate a minimalist industrial style. Yet there are some exceptions with use of colour at times to add a pop of brightness to decor elements in the office in order to strike attention to these sophisticated details.

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As the office's height is five metres tall, an interlayer was set to maximise the use of space. The first floor includes the public office, reception area and water area, whereas the second floor is the manager’s office, which attains an open style design for easy lighting and ventilation.

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There are many details that contribute to the office's elegance, such as the use of a cantilevered staircase with a glass guardrail to enlarge the space perceptively and large areas of white and black silk lines interspersed within the space to reinforce spatial contrast.


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