Singapore and Berlin-based architecture firm Coordination Asia recently moved from their old office -- a former textile mill -- to a brand-new, glass-covered company headquarters.
The new Coordination Asia office building is actually the former headquarters of the Shanghai Glass Company and the workspace screams of high-class cool. The office space is mostly covered in black and dark-gray paint -- a Coordination Asia trademark -- and features all the accoutrement of grandiose artistic office space.
Plush couches, massive, multi-person desks, and vast, open-area working space dominates the office. The floors are an upscale mix of marble and hardwood, the office contains enormous built-in bookshelves and hidden storage areas, all the product of a fortuitous renovation the Shanghai Glass Company incorporated in the 90s.
This collection of shots from the new Coordination Asia office stands as a textbook example of a luxuriously creative office.
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