Modern Terminals

This project was driven by the company management’s desire to improve the working environment within an existing 62,000 square foot facility in Kwai Tsing, Hong Kong.

The primary areas identified for improvement included the need for better space standards, openness, hot-desking, egalitarian access to daylight and views, and a flexible and adaptable planning approach to accommodate churn.

The design solution is based on an overall improved use of space as well as group rather than individual filing, better lighting levels and improved indoor air quality, the use of natural textures, tones and colours, and indoor planting.

The ground floor lobby is the window into the company. It is the main reception and gives access to an exhibition area with a display model of the nearby container terminal and extensive audio-visual facilities to communicate company objectives, achievements and aspirations. A cluster of flexible conference rooms provides options for spatial reconfiguration and the ability to open out into the general areas.

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This project was driven by the company management’s desire to improve the working environment within an existing 62,000 square foot facility in Kwai Tsing, Hong Kong.

The primary areas identified for improvement included the need for better space standards, openness, hot-desking, egalitarian access to daylight and views, and a flexible and adaptable planning approach to accommodate churn.

The design solution is based on an overall improved use of space as well as group rather than individual filing, better lighting levels and improved indoor air quality, the use of natural textures, tones and colours, and indoor planting.

The ground floor lobby is the window into the company. It is the main reception and gives access to an exhibition area with a display model of the nearby container terminal and extensive audio-visual facilities to communicate company objectives, achievements and aspirations. A cluster of flexible conference rooms provides options for spatial reconfiguration and the ability to open out into the general areas.