AIMED, with the motto “Take a Risk, Smartly,” uses bold attempts, unstructured, and free ideas as its main keywords. We wanted to spatialize the in-house keywords by turning the axis of space.
The entrance to the 11th floor was twisted to make the longest axis the main circulation line, and other spaces were also twisted and arranged to match the main axis. The conference room located at the front of the entrance was constructed entirely of glass, so that it was perceived as an extension of the axis.
Afterwards, a circular small conference room was also constructed with glass, and a long table was placed across it so that it could be used both inside and outside, giving the feeling of entering a new space.
In contrast to the 11th floor, the 12th floor was divided into upper and lower spaces based on the main horizontal axis. To expand the view from the front, the walls were made of glass and all elements that could block the view were excluded.
In order to create unity in the town hall, which consists of a lounge with a long table and benches, the lines of the ceiling lights were aligned to expand the space, and the finishes of the tables and benches were made of the same wood.
The cafeteria ceiling used wood louvers as a point element of the space, and a glass partition was installed at the back to achieve both separation of space and expanded visibility.