IDPA Japan Design Award

International Design Pioneer Award
International Design Pioneer Award

A Whole New World

by Jing Jan Sian Design Co., Ltd.

Project Description

Numerous office employees yearn for an unencumbered and comfortable working ambiance. The objective of this interior design project has been successfully attained by means of a modern and LOFT design style, deviating from any office look of a traditional transportation company. The skateboarding and transportation sectors are ingeniously interwoven, and the office embodies the corporation's principles to display their pioneering and revolutionary aspects. Furthermore, sustainable design principles fashion a healthy and friendly office atmosphere.
Upon entering the reception hall, your gaze will be drawn to a captivating display of skateboards adorning the wall, each bearing the company's signature logo. The office areas have been thoughtfully designed with entrances and pantries strategically placed on both sides of the lobby for maximum convenience. Positioned on the corner of the lobby, a curved glass partition wall replaces the original 90-degree corner, creating an atmosphere that is visually permeable and inviting. The wood grain elements and the striking blue flooring along the corridor leading to the open office area serve to quietly delineate the space while also embodying the corporate main business- the shipping and air delivery. The interlocking lines of the ceiling, coupled with the illumination of the lights, work together seamlessly to add richness and motion to the overall visual experience. And finally, in the meeting room, an eco-friendly magnetic board map has been thoughtfully implemented in lieu of a traditional paper map, promoting sustainability while also allowing colleagues to brainstorm their creative ideas.
This project features a well-defined reception area, office area, sitting area, meeting room, and supervisor's office, all arranged in a long space pattern. Thanks to an effective layout configuration, each area's function is clearly defined, complemented by straight lines that facilitate smooth and unobstructed movement. The office area layout departs from the usual office design, the designer plans an open space plan that eliminates departmental barriers. This encourages mutual cooperation, communication, and interaction between colleagues. It also includes a resting area, serving as a place to encourage the colleagues to interact, chill and bond.
The space's base tone is an overall neutral color, which is combined with iron products to create an industrial style. To add warmth and hierarchy, wood grain, leather, and greenery are used, showcasing the space's flexibility and rigidity. To ensure the company's employees are at ease, the office space is designed to be environmentally friendly, with non-toxic paints and wallpaper. Anti-glare energy-saving lighting is also utilized to reduce carbon emissions and prevent eye fatigue during long working hours.

Jing Jan Sian Design Co., Ltd.

We believe that design is more than just a pretty coat or surface; it requires a rigorous approach to creating something that is both beautiful and functional.
When it comes to spatial design, it's important to focus on the people and the user experience. By listening and communicating with the clients, we can think outside the box, or the standard framework, and reimagine patterns, movements, functions, and styles to create a unique and personalized spatial vocabulary.
Our goal is to strike a balance between aesthetics and functionality, creating a harmonious and beautiful living environment that inspires and uplifts us. By placing the heart at the center of our design concept, we can integrate life into space, connect daily experiences with emotions, and create a home that is both a sanctuary and a vessel for cherished memories.

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