Electronic Arts

EA, the world's pre-eminent electronic game developer, first opened their doors in Hong Kong in 2003 at Two IFC.

Tasked with creating an environment that allowed for work to be done, meetings to be held and visitors to be received, yet also to convey a sense of fun and creativity, the project team integrated a number of sporting metaphors into the design.

Chief among these is the mini basketball court that serves as the main entrance to the premises, complete with timber floor and hoop – albeit not quite at regulation height.

A very colourful conference room includes a stage-like curtain that can be drawn across the glass enclosure to black out the space and to create privacy, and liberal use is made of EA game imagery on otherwise ordinary walls and columns.

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EA, the world's pre-eminent electronic game developer, first opened their doors in Hong Kong in 2003 at Two IFC.

Tasked with creating an environment that allowed for work to be done, meetings to be held and visitors to be received, yet also to convey a sense of fun and creativity, the project team integrated a number of sporting metaphors into the design.

Chief among these is the mini basketball court that serves as the main entrance to the premises, complete with timber floor and hoop – albeit not quite at regulation height.

A very colourful conference room includes a stage-like curtain that can be drawn across the glass enclosure to black out the space and to create privacy, and liberal use is made of EA game imagery on otherwise ordinary walls and columns.