With the space comprising mostly of closed office concept, the design team thoughtfully wove elements of open corners to add a mix of transparency for a touch of personal inclusiveness. To depict the idea of transparency, a copious amount of glass was used on all private offices that occupy the interior space while workstations line the glass windows allowing natural light to permeate into the core space.
The reception uses hard-tiled flooring, wood and wallpaper contrasted with indirect lighting. This marks the beginning of an experience whereby clients can seek respite in the waiting area before proceeding to next area. A feature wall reminiscent of wooden panels lines the main entry point and leads the eye towards the meeting rooms whilst a timber-formed work privacy screen separates the workplace from the waiting area.
At the end of each open space stands a separate workstation for managers. Conference rooms are designed with modern and solid furniture in order to create a comfortable work environment.