Jingyuan No.22 Transformation | C+ Architects


Jingyuan No.22 Transformation | C+ Architects

21:29 12 October in Interior Design, Office, Office-Financial

10-12-2016:ArchDaily: The design concept, originated from the concentration of space interest and flexibility, is to connect the experiential space with Internet thinking. The architect created an interactive coworking space with multiple working possibilities and varying narrative scenes through furniture partitions and natural light control.Read More!


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