Office of Blocks is a renovated tiny office designed for a human-resources firm in Hong Kong.
The studio designed an office that communicates the value of openness, which enables a range of interactions from team huddles to training events.
The space, however, presented some challenges: low ceilings and a small enclosure.
Referencing the Prairie School, which focuses on horizontality and de-emphasised height, cabinetry was conceived as a series of floating functional blocks, embedded along a gallery-like wall inviting the occupant to follow its path.
Other areas allow for flexible programming whilst maximising spatial efficiency. Warm textures and light tones convey a sense of openness and airiness.
Designer: Adrian Chan Design and Research Office
Project: Office of Blocks