Basic elements in an office (tables, partitions, shelves, lights) enriched with colour and tones and jazzed up in rifts to orchestrate a variety of experiences when you walk around this large horizontal space.
Tired of natural/raw industrial chic, we went back to basics refreshed with bits of colour. New office interior under construction. Plywood stained in 3 colours; steel frames in 4 colours; glass panels in 2 colours.
Here again a highly skilled effort of understated presence in an existing situation: using sophisticated AND simple means to produce rich experiential effects to sensitively engage what is around. This is architecture to be experienced AND also works as a nice looking radical plan. We could feel this was a joyful period for Kazuyo Sejima. How we marvel at her lively vitality and openness in learning from what she had built AND what others had built, to try in further projects. Then of course, there’s this business of inside AND outside. Here not “blurred” but co-existing.