World Architecture Awards Submissions / 42nd Cycle
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Creating a joyful and inspiring work environment for employees through new office building design trends, especially in the aftermath of the Covid 19 pandemic. Because of the prolonged time of isolation that many employees experienced, the focus on interior design of the spaces is intended to enhance productivity and social communication among staff.
The main goals :
1. Increase productivity.
2. Increase interaction between employees
3. Increasing interaction with nature .
4. Take into account the consideration of Covid-19.
1. Provide an attractive, enjoyable and minima different workspace to increase productivity .
2. making open flexible offices to raise interaction with consideration of Covid-19.
3. Increasing interaction with nature by using natural elements, reliance on natural lighting of skylight and reliance on natural ventilation.
4. Facilitating fluid circulation movement to reduce the chances of infection .
- Individual Open Offices .
- Grouped Open Work Area
- Flexible Work Area
- High Tables Area
- Open Meetings Area
- Closed Meeting Room
- Closed Offices
- Break Area & Cafeteria
- The Flexible Work Area can be changed by moving Rolling ( Mobile ) Desk.
- The Open Meetings Area includes screens for hybrid & online meetings.
- E-Library to stay up with progress, it makes it possible to find knowledge faster than in traditional libraries.
- The Break Area & Cafeteria includes play area and calm cubicles that giving employees a mental space .
- All the materials ( Concrete , Wood , Marble ) reflect the feeling of interaction with nature .
- Use the motivating colour orange to create joyful, vibrant and lively atmosphere.
Liberty Central is known as a hotel brand of international standards with the best features of Vietnam. With a modern and youthful design, Liberty Central brings the prominence of an international standard brand adorned with the most delicate features of Vietnamese culture. Liberty Central pursues its own style and builds its brand mark by creating comfortable and intimate spaces.
Therefore, the new interior design ideas of the hotel lobby and suites are inspired by the simple and rustic materials of the Vietnamese countryside: the elegance of lotus, water lily, and calmness. of the countryside river, storks wading through ponds to feed, the appearance of traditional folk house architecture..... Combined with slender, sharp lines, trendy materials of modern architectural style create a modern architectural style. creating a close, cozy space experience, giving customers the feeling of being at home.
The wooden walls that decorate the head of the bed, the living room area of the Suite room and the ceiling of the hotel lobby are designed according to the wooden doors of traditional Vietnamese houses. Some contemporary paintings of lotus flowers, embossed pictures of the countryside are arranged at the head of the bed and bathroom to create a pleasant feeling of relaxation for customers.
Warm and neutral colors dominate and are arranged in blocks of composition and proportions to create a sense of harmony.
LED string lights are installed along the edges of the ceiling walls, the furniture elements emphasize the sharp lines of the interior space and highlight some of the subjects that embody the original country concept.
1. Area : 59 Pasteur, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam.
2. Technical Data:
a) Suite room: 188 (sqm), Clear height: 7,8m
b) The lobby: 58 (sqm), Clear height: 2,7m
Designed by Che Van Sang
Instructor: Dr Bui Ba Nguyen Khanh
The interior refresh design creates a dynamic working space that functions as a showroom. The open space serves as a variable canvas for the presentation of the printer company's capabilities.
The original condition felt like a chaotic dark maze and warehouse in a beautiful industrial building. These are the main initiatives that had to be responded to. By getting to know the client and the company's operation, we defined a concept tailor-made for the given space. We created a open airy light space that shows the industrial character of the place. The white and concrete structures serve as the canvas for our design. New embedded flexible modular elements define a new disposotion solution and introduce an artistic contrast. The goal is the possibility of constantly changing the layout and replacing elements as needed. An example is the frame exhibition racks, which divide the space and function as an exhibition showroom space that can be constantly moved. Subtle division of space brings airiness, light and work cooperation. The core of the space is the showroom - playful corridor, full of places for relaxation, meetings and meetings with the possibility of movie nights. The corridor functions as a presentation space consisting of shelves, printing and cardboard products on glass, walls, floor, etc. The individual work departments are separated by color, which brings contrasting playfulness to the industrial space and easy orientation in the space. In the design, we considered the possibility of using waste materials during printing or creating your own furniture using printing tools. The company can thus create its own furniture design and decoration and at the same time present new original solutions.
Emphasis was placed on creating a quality indoor microclimate and environment. The new dispositon of the space brings in a lot of sunlight and the lighting design creates quality working conditions. The color concept spreads the light further into the interior. Overheating is prevented by blinds and the layout prevents sunlight. Acoustic comfort is created by acoustic glass partitions and acoustically absorbing suspended ceilings, which can also be printed on. Ventilation ensures equal pressure controlled ventilation. The ventilation pipe has become part of the design and underlines the whole design.
712 m2 , 3120 m3
The result is a work environment with a feeling of well-being that improves the performance of workers!
Designers: Jiří Petrželka & Kristýna Klůsová
Supervisor: prof. Ing. arch. Zuzana Pešková, Ph.D.