apbcOffices / Asylum

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Architects: Asylum
Location: The Pavilion Tower, , Malaysia
Creative Director: Chris Lee
Design Director: Cara Ang
Interior Designer: Dymitr Malcew
Area: 10,473 square feet
Year of completion: 2011
Photographs: Courtesy of apbcOffices

Courtesy of apbcOffices

Redefining the conventional office space, apbcOffices were designed to create a calming and tranquil environment; inspired by nature and tinged with an element of surprise.Located in the bustling city’s main shopping, entertainment and tourism district, the new serviced office occupies the 16th floor of The Pavilion Tower at 10,473 square feet, incorporating natural materials to provide a comforting yet conducive working environment.

floor plan

Opened in October 2011, the offices were conceptually designed with strong elements of nature, unfolding an experiential story at every corner. Upon stepping into the office, the walls are lined with timber strips, simulating a walk amongst trees, leading the way to the reception desk carved out of natural stone.

Pop-art flower installations sweep across the boardroom, while meetings are rejuvenated in butterfly themed rooms. A unique interpretation of a nature-inspired enclave, the serviced offices are named after different breeds of birds, contributing to a warm ambience and holistic experience for churning out that next big idea.

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Cite: "apbcOffices / Asylum" 23 Feb 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Apr 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=210831>

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