QUAD studio designs an incubator for design.
Hong Kong based architecture firm QUAD studio has designed its own office into a LAB to ‘Rethink Possibilities’
Situated in Tsuen Wan, a city that is going through changes starting with an Urban Rethink from the dying textile industry of the 50s and 60s and opportunities for being a Central Hub for Innovation between the Hong Kong CBD and Entrepreneur ecosystem of Shenzhen, Tsuen Wan has the infrastructure and will attract a new generation of entrepreneurs to become the Incubator for design in the Hong Kong and Shenzhen Megalopolis.
At QUAD studio, we believe that the line between different design disciplines becomes increasingly blurred as we come to an age where one gets more from a group of individuals with open minds sharing ideas rather than those who choose to work in isolation.
In designing our studio, we attempt to create an environment that allows for social interaction, where staff can, work, discuss and exchange creative ideas. As fore thinker to developing design possibilities of the future, we want to create a studio that reflects a purity and simpleness, a studio that allows staff to concentrate of what they enjoy most which is “Being Creative”. Our material pallet is deliberately monochrome and the design plays on reflective surfaces, ambient light and simple lines.
Measuring approx. 300 Square Metres, the open office is organized into six zones, each with its own bespoke function