To arrive at a decision to be a blank sheet, the inspiration does not come from any superficial whim. Working from the brief that has the usual inventory of a conventional office, with a twist of the chaotic routine of a design firm, the design demands a new concept of working disposition. In fact the programmatic dynamism of a design office cannot be contained by a simple open space. In such sense, an office is never a blank. On the contrary, in an attempt to set free the design from its physical constraints, one has to adopt a multifaceted framework for the design to grow with needs.
The realization of the project depends upon achieving ideal solutions for two very contradicting needs: maximum hidden surfaces (the mess concealer) and maximum open surface (the mess promoter). The result is a sensible combination of the two. The lift doors open onto a stripped clean lobby where there is a brass door. Inside, a 300 sq m full of crispy white daylight awaits. It is the light reflected from the white ceilings, walls, pin boards and floors just like the glow of clean laundry.