The new office of graphic design studio
Designed and completed in 2020 by architecture and lighting design studio
Dominating the main office space is a stretching double-loaded table that responds to Bureau Borsche’s chief designer’s desire to have an open and collective work environment. Punctured across the flat metal surface are large holes to redirect electrical cables and other extraneous elements. On their two sides rest modern grey office chairs produced by
Across this area is a meeting room hidden behind translucent screens and a metallic curtain. The blurred visual connection between two walls gives a velvety image to further soften up the interior atmosphere. The ceiling reflects white light onto the terrazzo floor below, subtly bringing the space together. This decision to avoid direct white light results in an encompassing unity that also eases glares and harshness on the eyes of the designers.
Simple and clean, Bureau Borsche Office is an interior project that plays with the potential of modern materials. Being cost-effective and minimising heterogeneity in material usage, Gonzalez Haase AAS is able to test and study in-depth characteristics of a singular subject to fully showcase its capability.