White Form

DesignerLydia Chen
Entry Description

This case is designing for a working environment. During the design discussion, the most important thing is to communicate and to convey the correct information. Therefore, the space design is providing a clean, clear and smooth flowing environment for discussion. The concept is that communication has no boundaries. This design provides an open space environment. We use a lot of light materials and tall products. For example, we use a lot of glass material to form the walls and separate spaces. This results in a space that feels more light weighted, transparent, flexible and bright. Circular pillar express unlimited acceptance of opinions. All of the surrounded white cabinets gives plenty of storage space neatly with the tag identification management system. This limits clutter. In addition, we choose bright light colors, such as white to create a comfortable and bright working space. White conveys the concept that everything is possible. Natural wood desktop expresses warm feeling between people. The design of the ceiling, the lights between the cabinets, and the hidden AC vents not only provide enough lightening but also shows irregularity combining with regularity. It presents the company norms and codes of self-discipline. This office design focuses on conveying the idea of seeking changes within the context of rules, presenting everything ranging from abstract ideas to a solid layout. While beautiful, the design has limited extra styling. It does have plenty of storage space while being comfortable, clean and highly functional.

About Designer

Eco Natural X Contemporary Art X Humanities Fashion Design focused on the overlap between "sight, touch, hearing, taste, and smell" ─the five senses of life. Ryan Kuo’s designs have won many international awards such as the Andrew Martin International Interior Design Award; Golden Award from France IDS•La Créativité Pierre International Green Space Category; Golden Award from US IDA International Design Awards of INTERIOR DESIGN-RESIDENTIAL (the first designer from Taiwan to win this prize); the Germery IF Design Award; The American Architecture Prize Winner;The Itality A’ Design Award.