The SISII Office Brings Refreshing Elements Together Under One Roof

 - Feb 22, 2014
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You cannot describe the SISII office in one word since it was dreamed up to become so many different spaces simultaneously. The Kobe, Japan, brand hired Yuko Nagayama & Associates to give them a fresh new workspace that would draw together a productive environment for the staff as well as a showroom for customers.

An obvious element that supplements the contemporary interior is the integration of vegetation throughout. Flower beds have been placed around the open-concept rooms to feature small trees, shrubs and rocky arrangements. Bordering these indoor landscapes in the SISII office are large iron sheets that have been elevated and creatively assembled to shape lengthy desks and even floor planes, laid out like paths through a garden.