The Assemble Studio project created by the Assemble architectural design team uses naturally finished wooden accents to add an industrial feel and sculptural detailing to its workplace.
The use of natural pine wood keeps the office looking light and spacious, making it easy to stay focused and creative. While the office is full of interesting and chic furnishings, the origami-inspired ceiling mount is what makes the biggest impression on the viewer. With its shapely peaks and latticework design, the wooden addition actually serves to cover up a mess of unseemly ducts and air conditioning units. This concealing technique also serves to improve the acoustics of the room by softening hard concrete with its wooden slabs.
The Assemble Studio optimizes its use of natural wood accents.
The Assemble Studio Features Sculptural Wood Peaks
1. Concealed Design Elements - Discovering innovative ways to use design elements to conceal unsightly features can enhance the overall aesthetic.
2. Origami-inspired Architecture - Exploring the use of origami-inspired designs in architecture can create unique and visually appealing spaces.
3. Improving Acoustics with Natural Materials - Using natural materials like wood to improve the acoustics of a room can create a more pleasant and productive environment.
1. Architecture and Interior Design - Incorporating design elements that conceal unsightly features and enhance the overall aesthetic can be a valuable innovation in the architecture and interior design industry.
2. Furniture and Furnishings - Integrating origami-inspired designs in furniture and furnishings can bring a fresh and unique aesthetic to the industry.
3. Construction and Renovation - Using natural materials to improve the acoustics of buildings can be a disruptive innovation opportunity in the construction and renovation industry.