Parallel Lab has moved into a small space in Hong Kong that is not only confined, but also is divided into various sections. While many would think this is a detriment, the team makes the most of these areas by ensuring each space is used for a separate task.
An attractive timber material was used for the the inside of the office, which helps to create a warm atmosphere for the employees. People are able to sit at their desks and attach post-it notes and reminders to the wood. In its own way this helps to give more character to the interior, instead of it being a simple stark office.
While a small office is looked down on by some, Parallel Lab views this confined area as a perfect spot to get work done. Photo Credits: designboom, parallellab
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