The Red Town Office in Shanghai

Red Town Office was designed by Taranta Creations and is located in Shanghai, China. It is actually a modern studio with multiple functions, but the most important aspect is the fact that it is perfect for creation. Once you enter, you feel comfortable and ready to put your ideas into practice, as it is an inspiring environment.

The design of the entire space is modern and creative, with its desk in the floor, but the most attractive thing is the colour which makes everything vibrant, red being the symbol of life, of passion. It is in perfect harmony with the surrounding area, with the white walls and the modern furniture and it is definitely the element which makes the difference. The wide glass windows are also a plus, offering that refreshing energy, that impression of space, so vital, both at home and at the office.

There is also one element which sets the limit between work and leisure. The red staircase is also an example of creative design and it seems to be that compartment which makes the passing from one world to another, from inside to outside.The only discordant note is the green table which seems to prove that not all the things are as you would expect them to be and it is the same even here, in this adaptable space with multiple functions.

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on June 28th, 2011


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