Nest Office by Tzu-Chi Su

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Nest

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Office

INSPIRATION:
The corporate headquarter of Flying tex., a Taiwanese trade company of functional fabrics, is located in Taipei. The design of the interior came from the Chinese name of the company. "Hsiang" means "Flight", and "Ting" means "Stability"; in Chinese respectively, and therefore the concept of "Nest" was conceived for the spatial semantics, while also symbolizing the headquarter being "Home" and "Nesting Place", as well as the organizational discipline of migrating birds mirroring corporate culture.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
"Nest", as articulated artistically at the reception area, is an installation artwork made out of recycled stainless steel tubes, as a creative extension of semantics of natural elements such as wood, forest, stone and snow, as a reminder of the environmental agenda of how industrialization and nature may co-exist. And at the corporate entrance, the Nest sculpture strives to correlate to the world map consisting of English texts, as it reminds all business partners the vision of unity with love and teamwork in joint global ambitions.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Given the number of huge cylindrical structure of the building, the designer transforms it into a tree shape element, as a center-piece linking with each precinct of the interior space, with other columns wrapped in linen strings, or storage volume designed as an extension, which not only resolves the sense of abruptness but also imbues it with actual functionalities.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
The project finished in August 2018 in Taipei City.

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Interior Space and Exhibition Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Marble, stainless steel tubes, spray-painted glass, timber veneer, mirrors, wallpaper.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
The site is located a commercial building in Taipei, Taiwan, with the internal area of 460 square meters. As the building is of the curtain-wall glass design, the interior is a commonly seen light-steel construction space with many large column volume and beam structure, which needs modern design and renovation to create modern office space epitomizing the corporate spirit.

TAGS:
Nest, Tzu-Chi Su, Taipei, Taiwan, Chinese, Flying tex, Office, Tree, Marble, stainless

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
To continue the design theme of "Nest", with natural elements such as wood, forest, stone and snow, to construct the large white-color lumber, Koishi stool, the flying-bird shape lighting fixture, snow-flake shape lighting fixture at the recreational bar area, and drift-woods scenery artwork, etc. The main working area of employees utilizes an open-planning layout for optimized interaction, with low partitions and clear glass, complemented with genuine and humble industrial styling and clean-cut line work; with demarcating but yet penetrating grille, as well as having relaxing Nordic styled recreational area as boundary. As the corporation produces tens of thousands of fabrics, apart from key products being displayed on mannequins, to be showcased along the central corridors and the grand conference room, as well as establishing an archived storage system that is easy to manage, through the integrated arrangement of designers, so as to establish a speedy and highly efficient working pace for the company.

CHALLENGE:
The most effort-intensive aspect of the design process was the manifestation of "Nest", i.e. the making of the installation at the ceiling of the reception area. It took the interweaving of stainless steel tubing of more than 10 types of lengths, while the changes in lighting, angles of refraction, before creating an impressive visual focus.

ADDED DATE:
2018-09-21 05:05:31

TEAM MEMBERS (2) :
Tzu-Chi Su and Yi-Jen Chen

IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographer Fu-Ming Lin

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Flying Tex.

PROFILE:
Founded in 1996, Flying Tex. is a trading company that produces snow-coating fabrics, which are manufactured and sold. The main markets are Europe and the Americas. In 2003, he set up an office in Hong Kong. In recent years, he has also actively developed functional fabrics. He travels to Germany and the United States every year to actively expand foreign markets.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Nest Office by Tzu-Chi Su is a Nominee in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Nest Office by Tzu-Chi Su is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2018 - 2019.



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