OKU is a former industrial office converted into a space for collaboration and deep work.
It was adapted for the needs of a digital innovation company and responds to the changing hybrid working conditions by joining individual spaces into a connected and timeless office landscape.
It organizes the space into series of clusters that enable individual use and at the same time create a distinct and clearly defined spatial sequence. The resulting spaces provide depth, following the Japanese spatial concept OKU which refers to the layering of spaces with varying degrees of privacy.
Architect: Hosoya Schaefer Architects