A garden pavilion containing a small office along with a storage space.
The structure has been renovated to maintain its original facade while allowing for more office accommodations and natural light to penetrate the space.
The space features a doubt height communal area which overlooks the lower basin which is the heart and focus of the workspace.
The interior design is based on a minimalistic approach filled with clean, contemporary and functional spaces.
The structure has reached its highest point of 339 meters making it the tallest building in Europe.
The main concept behind the design for the building was to create a world of fashion underlining the brand of lifestyle.
The layout was conceived as an area that offers both functionality and flexibility while supporting the many ways users can operate within it.
A new furniture archetype which seeks to resolve these problems of privacy and seclusion.
To allow for a more open volume, the pilasters were suppressed to reveal and provide more real estate in the room.