The main constituent and eye-captivating component of this office furniture is that the pieces are made with old gas containers. The workspace is owned by gas providers Jing He Science and the studio that executed the project is Waterform Design.
Gas containers are used throughout the space — from acting as supporting legs for tables to being utilized as plant pots. The approach is truly peculiar because it pulls Jing He Science's product to the surface. That is, it "helps to give a physical form to the company's invisible commodity." In addition to this, Waterform Design is able to add a modern twist with the gas container furniture. It has come to call the office 'Ideal Gas Lab.'
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Waterform Design's Approach to This Project is Perfectly Thematic
1. Upcycled Gas Containers - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Explore creative ways to repurpose old gas containers for furniture and design applications.
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1. Furniture Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Integrate sustainable materials and repurposed objects into furniture design to create environmentally friendly and unique products.
2. Interior Design - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Incorporate industrial elements and materials into interior design concepts to create visually striking and thematic spaces.
3. Marketing and Branding - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop innovative branding strategies that utilize physical objects and product-related materials to create memorable and immersive brand experiences.