The ground floor unfolds without strict spatial distinction. Spaces flow into another with a high level of transparency. Work zones fall between a sea of seemingly randomly dispersed columns whose thin proportions appear inadequate to support the roof structure sitting above. Interiors unfold with a sense of delicate refinement, the direct result of the understated structural system. The whole project is wrapped with warm wood – from the columns to the built-in bookcase and sloped ceiling. The repetitiveness of the material creates an aesthetic and an enviable work environment. A glass wrapped façade invites warm light in from the street, while small exterior gardens dotted across the floor plan invite nature directly into the workday.
Studio Velocity wanted to achieve a very thin
The upper floor – a small glass-clad box perched on the roof, features a small communal kitchen and dining area that opens onto the rooftop. A series of opening cut holes in the white floor allow the trees below to continue growing upward.
Despite being nestled between a collection of homes, there is a sense of privacy due to the building’s curved form – a small green oasis within the residential area. A very special office space we would all love to work from.