Bangkok-based Anonymstudio revamped a single-storey property in the Thai capital, adding a repurposed walkway, an inner courtyard and an office to an existing front lobby.
Contrasting green and white ceilings and walls feature throughout the 60-square-metre office for the client, a company called Green 26.
"Green is heavily used in the interior because it's the client's favourite colour, name of the company – but also to represent the natural elements brought into the space," said the studio.
Upon entering the building there is an initial lobby area. The company's "26" logo is hung on a painted green wall in the room, while the remainder of the surfaces are white with some green detailing.
The white epoxy flooring runs the length of the space, and provides extra brightness to the rooms by reflecting light.
A toilet, a kitchen and a storage room can all be accessed from the lobby. Additionally, there is a entrance to a new inner courtyard.
Anonymstudio adapted an existing unused backyard space by adding a covered walkway, which is furnished by a low green stool on one side.
On the other side, full-length green-paned windows span the length of the corridor and look out to the courtyard. The outdoor space is populated with lush greenery, which is visible from both lobby and walkway.
The studio said it wanted to "link both the past and future uses of the building".
Separating the corridor from the main office is a clear glass door, which has the Green 26 logo printed on it.
The working space is simple and spacious, furnished by a long desk in dark green and contrasting white chairs.
Framing the desk is a green wall and sloping ceiling, equipped with simple light fittings. This cluster of colour and furniture in one corner of the room creates a distinct hub.
Other recent office interiors include Masquespacio's studio space in Valencia, which is decorated with bright colours and geometric forms.
Photography is by Chaovarith Poonphol.
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