Workplace Adaptive Re-Use – Guangzhou, China
A unique opportunity arose in 2014 for BMA to design and help deliver a new office space located within an obsolete brewery facility being reimagined as a thriving 'creativity park' housing an eclectic range of creative, recreational and commercial uses in Guangzhou, China.
Year
2014
Location
Guangzhou, China
Size
300sqm
Team
Dom Bennett
Photographer
Media

A unique opportunity arose in 2014 for BMA to design a new office space located within an obsolete brewery facility being reimagined as a thriving 'creativity park' housing an eclectic range of creative, recreational and commercial uses in Guangzhou, China.

Presented with a high-clearance warehouse space peppered with large columns supporting 30m high silos over, BMA designed a mezzanine office facility as a series of circular elements arranged and suspended between the columns.

A palette of raw concrete and stackbond masonry, steel, curved glass and plywood was employed in the design, balanced against crisp white joinery and partitions

A unique opportunity arose in 2014 for BMA to design a new office space located within an obsolete brewery facility being reimagined as a thriving 'creativity park' housing an eclectic range of creative, recreational and commercial uses in Guangzhou, China.

Presented with a high-clearance warehouse space peppered with large columns supporting 30m high silos over, BMA designed a mezzanine office facility as a series of circular elements arranged and suspended between the columns.

A palette of raw concrete and stackbond masonry, steel, curved glass and plywood was employed in the design, balanced against crisp white joinery and partitions

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