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The Red Town Office's Top Floor Acts as One Continuous Desk

 - Jun 25, 2011
References: enrico-taranta & contemporist
The Red Town Office is not your typical workspace. This atypical interior design is a reflection of the ongoing creative process within this particular studio. Considering that it was designed by its own resident business really shows that the company has created a meaningful space that encourages the work that its teammates produce.

Designed by Taranta Creations, the Red Town Office is named so because of the red motif running throughout it. Located in Shanghai, China, it was originally a metal factory that boasted a diagonal steel structure. This, however, made it hard for the company to have two floors as they wished, so they had to get creative.

The Red Town Office's top floor is high enough (or low, depending on how you want to think of it) to also act as one continuous desk, making the cubicles appear like recesses within it.