designer mitsuhiro shoji from uchida shanghai has realized the interiors of the tredia china office space as a minimal studio brushed with bamboo, mesh and steel. the working hub is situated between the city’s old and new parts, as if taking part in the mixed and blurred urban line. 


when the panel is closed, it can be used as a meeting room

 

 

controlled by a pure white color, the interiors were developed by mitsuhiro shoji as various spaces defined by movable mesh panels  and furniture laid out in a limited square meter. ‘I aim at an effect where I take in the outside scenery via a layer of mesh and a mirror strategically located, as well as project within the neighboring time changes,’ explains shoji. even more, the design is defined by flooring and material made of aged bamboo so as not to create a monotonous pattern all throughout the space. 


when the panel is open, it becomes a showroom


a scenario where the panels become part use of a studio


furniture and tables are made from local bamboo


the display space that takes in neighboring sceneries


the panel of the mesh is comprised of 1200 modules


detail of bamboo grip


functional and flexible creative studio


the project is located in the the city of shanghai


plan view 01 – meeting room program


plan view 02 – studio program

 

 

project info :

 

design company: uchida shanghai
designer: mitsuhiro shoji
client:
 tredia china co.,ltd
project type: universal space for studio
author of design description: mitsuhiro shoji
photographer: kenta hasegawa

 

area: 145 sqm
design time: march 2017
location: shanghai  china
main materials: bamboo ,steel,mesh

 

 

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edited by: lea zeitoun | designboom

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