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Knitting and Dreaming

Designed by

Lo Yu, Lo Hung Chih, Yang Ting I / LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.

LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.

Title:

Knitting and Dreaming

Category:

Interior Design Category

Location:

Changhua County, Taiwan

Designer:

Lo Yu, Lo Hung Chih, Yang Ting I / LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.

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Team:

LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.
LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.
LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.
LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.

LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.

Photo Credits:

Lo Yu, Lo Hung Chih, Yang Ting I / LOYU Interior Design Engineering CO., LTD.

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This corporate headquarters interior design project is a tribute to the enterprise's origins of producing Velcro tapes. The design team took inspiration from the fabric elements of Velcro tapes and the concept of weaving, which serves as the main axis of the design. The design is a beautiful interplay of patterns and textures that seamlessly weave the product's core in and out of the space. The design elements are intricately integrated into the sky, floor, and walls of the building, creating a cohesive and harmonious environment. The design aims to remind colleagues to stay true to the company's original mission of producing high-quality Velcro tapes. The overall effect is a beautiful and functional workspace that inspires creativity and productivity.

As you step into the grand lobby, the first thing that catches your attention is the impressive corporate wall. Its majestic presence and the use of smooth marble exude an aura of strength and dependability, setting the tone for the entire space. The columns on the floor are equally striking, with a woven pattern that draws inspiration from both the knitting-related industry and the Velcro tape. The combination of these two elements reflects the company's commitment to innovation and creativity, while also emphasizing its established reputation.

The design team has paid careful attention to even the smallest details, crafting the windows and doors using three different techniques. The sandblasted paper window pattern adds a level of texture and depth, creating a subtle play of light and shadow. The laser-cut metal plates fixed with 5mm tea glass provide a sleek and modern look, while the sandblasted tea glass for the secret door area adds an element of intrigue and mystery to the space.

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