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Signature curves in office design

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 12, 2015 in Interiors
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Feeling Design has created an innovative office space for BWM Garment Design in Guangzhou, China

Tasked with creating a new space for the company’s employees, Feeling Design wanted to base its interior around the idea of internal cooperation, breaking down the hierarchical system that can sometimes inhabit the workplace.  By adjusting the space compartment structure, the design firm created a more friendly and harmonious office space for its client.

5 BWM办公区A

8 BWM办公区D

Curved lines are heightened through a white background and emphasised by hidden lights to create a cosy atmosphere. In the lobby, a striking feature wall is made from artificial stone material. The layout encourages colleague communication, while a lively tone is set through the use of natural elements like wood. By incorporating curves throughout the project, Feeling Design has created a dynamic working environment for its client.

11 BWM会议室A

 

Photography by He Yuansheng

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