1. Beijing Ericsson Headquarter Office design adopts a multiflex working system where there is no fixed working place, all the staff will be in mobile seating. The spatial efficiency under this arrangement can increase up to 200% (that is double the existing office space).
2. Multiplicities of spatial structures include individual, group, and open-scheme office and multi-purpose areas to work together in a variety of methods and in flexible configurations. Colors are employed to project a vivid ambience in the workspace, in which vibrant, warm tone colors such as orange, yellow, and lime to enhance the spatial quality and create a high-energy feel. Other than these bright colors, the overall office is composed of a neutral tone of monochrome (white wall and grey carpet).
3. Meeting hub and business lounge are the central core area where people can meet, chat and encourage having social integration among the staff. Short, spontaneous meetings among colleagues can be held here, which provides a relaxed and inviting environment. There are sofa, bench, bar table, team tables in meeting hub and business lounge which provide different seating/working environment for various needs.
DPWT Design Ltd aims to explore new possibilities in different design realm, including Architecture, Interior, and Product design and blending the different domains in a synchronizing state. It has been manifesting design realization in architecture and interior projects in a thoughtful process and balances the aesthetic and functional values. Each project is being treated as an individual expression of some hidden human sensitivities /perception.
DPWT Design Director-Arthur studied architecture in University of Hong Kong and received his Master of Environmental and Sustainable Design in Chinese University of Hong Kong and Master of Fine Arts in RMIT University. His works is widely published in London, Italy, Australia, and throughout Asia in Singapore, Malaysia, mainland China and Hong Kong. He was invited to feature his works in 1000 architects in Australia. He engages in different overseas and local exhibitions and currently a Doctor of Fine Art candidate in RMIT University.
DPWT has office in Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai.