In 2018, Wild Design moved the office to the 34F of the office building in Bingjiang District due to team development needs. The new site is located along the Qiantang River and has a wide view, which is more in line with the future planning and operation of the company.Therefore, this design starts from the “demand” and uses a streamlined yet creative approach to create a free communication space.
The Core – soft lining wrapped under a hard exterior
The identity of both the owner and the designer makes the wilderness at the beginning of the design:
How to layout space is the most reasonable?
How to match the materials to be the most beautiful?
How to make the most abundant accessories?
In the process of experiencing the continuous shaping and overthrowing of the program, we decided to go to the simple and simple – unique exaggerated design sense is important, but good design should return to “human needs.”
In order to maximize the integrity of the layout, designers boldly use glass, laminate, soft and even light to separate the space. The negative space created by the different objects makes the indoor area bright and transparent and not thin.
Leisure block – the bond that conveys emotions
The small leisure area is interspersed in the office space to meet the staff’s communication and leisure needs. There is a transparent cat house at the entrance, and staff and visitors will have a relaxing and enjoyable experience on the necessary route.
Opposite the cat house is a semi-enclosed bar operating area. Household appliances such as coffee makers, refrigerators, and ovens are placed to meet the needs of the staff.
There is a tea area in the public area that caters to the needs of small meeting guests. Extremely tough luminaires with minimalist furniturecreate a sharp contrast.
The closed area is adjacent to the curved workbench and is separated by suspended glass laminates. There is no clear line to divide work and leisure. As we hope, all emotions and needs come from their own judgment and persistence.
Conference block – a box that will breathe
The conference room is designed as a fully enclosed box-like space for private and quiet meeting needs.At the same time, the bright light-colored and curved windows and doors inject vitality and breathing into the originally occluded space.