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The apbcOffices in Malaysia with a green wall inside

Located in The Pavilion Tower, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, this project is impressive on several levels. The apbsOffices, as it has been named, this space attempts to redefine and restructure the conventional office space. Designed by Asylum architects along with creative director Chris Lee, design director Cara Ang and interior designer Dymitr Malcew, the offices have been envisaged as a calm and tranquil space.The project covers a total area of 10,473 square feet and was completed in 2011. It’s a space inspired by nature and a surprising addition to the city’s main shopping, entertainment and tourism district. The office occupies the 16th floor of The Pavilion Tower.

The main idea behind this project was to create a calm and tranquil environment using natural materials that would be comforting but also stimulating. The offices were opened in October 2011. They feature strong interior designs including lots of elements inspired by nature. Every little space and very item tells a story and random has been randomly chosen. The atmosphere is immediately soothing and relaxing. The walls are covered with timber strips and simulate trees.

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Then, as you enter, you reach the reception desk that has been carved out of natural stone. There are lots of flowers throughout the offices and there are also butterfly-themed rooms. It’s a he nature-inspired space that offers a different perspective on the concept of office. The service offices are named after different breeds of birds and the atmosphere is warm, inviting, soothing and relaxing. It’s the perfect work environment as long as you don’t get too relaxed.{found on archdaily and pics by apbcOffices}.