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The Landwave by PAL Design Group

by Simon Yuen on Jan 27, 2017 in Interiors
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Hong Kong design firm PAL Design Group has unveiled The Landwave, the interior space for a financial company in Shanghai featuring an array of bright colours

Located in the heart of Shanghai, The Landwave is a project recently completed by PAL Design Group and home to the offices of a financial company. The firm injected a range of creative and unique design solutions into the project, and the result is a relaxing environment, quite different from the status quo.

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Led by Patrick Leung, founder and principal designer of the group, the design team focused on creating a fluid landscape to create a new type of energy throughout the interiors. The office consists of both positive and negative spaces, offering flexibile usability for rooms and individual zones.

 

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Spanning about 2,500 sq.ft, the office features warm touches, achieved by the utilisation of white Corian and natural timber. An orange floor was used in certain areas of the project to highlight different zones.

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For the enclosed space, glass walls were installed to separate private spaces and communal areas, while the fluid curves integrate naturally into other areas in the office, providing a relaxing ambience for staff.

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