How to get the best out of a small office space when your budget is tight?
With Apes Design, the question is answered. We just completed a project for Pacific Cross Vietnam, whose office is in Hanoi. The scope of the project includes design and implementation of a small space office of total 62sqm, accommodating 12 headcounts, at an economical budget.
The given office includes a waiting room, a small meeting room and the vast remainder of open workspace for all staff. Gypsum and glass partitions are used to separate the functional areas and colors to link between them. The challenge for us was to make it special with maximum optimization of workspace. The concept we came up with was “spreading”. A splendid combination of blue and gray extending from the reception area to the meeting room, with squares of blue on the wall was made to create the spread effect. In that manner, limited space made impressive, boundaries set free. Over the main tone of white, cabinets were moved close to the wall, pulling one’s attention to the middle area while the available space was extended. In the areas inside, chairs were coated with the color of blue to be in harmony with the decorations outside. The warm color of wood from the cabinets and graphic squares on the meeting room’s wall and glass partitions complimented the overall look, made it an inviting and impressive work place.
A small but modern office without any impression of compactness, bringing inspiration and satisfaction in everyday work life, is our Apes Design utmost concern.