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Balance of Tension
To explore the eco-office space, the team has been trying to find hidden design logic. Our design hopes to solve Party A's actual problems, help them reflect the brand's commercial value, and at the same time, to improve space utilization, "design for design."
In this project, the team hopes to find the various levels in a more concise order so that the "material" and "sensory" resonate with each other.
Through the combination of different materials, the entire space is connected and shaped, and the texture and construction techniques of materials are used to describe the "balance of tension" between matter and consciousness.
In the design process, the most suitable scales at both ends of the functional work surface are divided to balance the excessive distance and effective "affinity" generated in the office and rest areas.
The change in the size of the furniture is consistent with the width and height of the human ergonomic size. Due to the comfort of the details, users can feel the "personality" of the brand space during the intervention process.
In addition to decorative effects, the ceiling shape must also carry a variety of functional building components. It integrates all devices in a "blocky way" to meet functional requirements and increase the overall transparency of the space.
Through experiments, the designer optimized the sound-absorbing cotton material and processed it into a curved surface as the skin of the component.
The internal support components are factory-made prefabricated steel frames, which greatly shortens the assembly cycle and maximizes the form design requirements-a "flexible" space.
In a simple space with horizontal and vertical lines as its main components, there is a "playful" temperament. This simplicity is the basic requirement for "function".
In order to analyze the gender and age of younger and more individual employees, the control of hue must also be biased towards light gray and mature medium gray.
Based on the combination of various forms and scenes required for the office space, one person discusses, quiet, noisy, hard and soft, and the designer hopes to find unity in the contradiction.
In terms of materials, the entire space is more restricted. Behind each material, we wish to point out a unique spatial relationship and the corresponding "aesthetic structure."
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