China   |  2020

MUSE Design Awards Gold Winner

ARIZON OFFICE

Entrant Company

Arizon Design

Category

Interior Design

Client's Name

Arizon

Sub-Category

Office

The overall space is as if framing the urban landscape from mid-air. Where the eyesight unpretentiously lands are buildings of various heights and distinguishing forms aligning with eye level, roofs, red brick walls, windows, trees…….the enclosure of which conjugates an exceptional domain, an "imaginative park" hidden among the plain sight of skyscrapers. Walking into the office is like Setting foot in a center street park following a winding lane, sunlight glistering among leaves, red brick walls, walkway path, long bench… Design Challenge: Grounded within closed high-rise building office space, to create boundless and adaptable multi-dimensional functionality experience. Designer conceptualized from"imaginative park", seizing a lifelike sentient atmosphere of enjoyable leisure. Bright and thorough glass window introduces outdoor natural light inside. The whole space longs for a closer engagement with the nature, replicating a landscape resembling park in high-rise building. Every move taken grasps a slice of the prismatic sky, as if wielding on a canvas with ardent ambition ……Buildings of various heights cluster into an envelope, as if a wander traveling time-space of both past and future ends up unpreparedly plunging into the vigorous imaginative world. This time, to create a natural and transparent " Imaginative Park " in the limited space of high-rise building of Hong Kong Plaza, empowering her existence a breathe assimilating"open-piled Building". Let employees in the busy and crowded city, in the steel forest built by skyscrapers, no longer feel cold and lonely; let this office space be full of warmth and cohesion, inspire employees to break the routine and continue to create ideas; at the same time, this office space continues the city's gene and historical charm of Shanghai, let the past and the future meet here. From working space to multi-dimensional scenario experience, autonomous spatial growth. Conventional working space limits human activities by rigid formality. A space of autonomy, adaptability and diversity breaks boundaries in metrical sense, extending territory of imagination: park mode, media mode, work mode, exhibition mode and more. Let the working space transform into an imaginative park, where ideas explore freely.

Credits

Design Director
Junwei Shen
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