The Eegoo Pure White Offices

This is the Eegoo office building. It’s located in Beijing, China and it has been designed by dEEP Architects. It was a project for eegoo Culture and it consists of a new office for eegoo featuring a modern and inspiring approach to the traditional design.

The office covers a total floor area of 2300 square meters. As you might have guessed, this is not just any ordinary office. It features a very interesting and intriguing interior design, very artistic and with a very striking architecture. It seems like the architects focused first on form and the function came after that, as a result or as a consequence and adaptation of the first one.

The eegoo office was designed as an open space mainly used for meeting. It’s a series of open and private areas that are interconnected. It’s also a space that encourages employees to be creative and to let their imagination run wild. It’s innovative and creative. It’s the type of office we used to imagine a few years ago and that can now finally become reality.

The public areas include a café and a library filled with all sorts of materials while the rest of the office is occupied by private offices. It’s a very intriguing space, with a flowing and inspiring décor. There is not a well determined delimitation between the public and private areas. Everything is random and yet organized.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on January 4th, 2012


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