OWMF architecture designs interior for odyssey capital in singapore OWMF architecture designs interior for odyssey capital in singapore
mar 20, 2016

OWMF architecture designs interior for odyssey capital in singapore

OWMF architecture designs interior for odyssey capital in singapore
all images courtesy of OWMF architecture

 

 

 

singaporean studio OWMF architecture, led by yong sy lyng, translates water works infrastructure into a cohesive interior for odyssey capital; a finance and investment firm. utilizing the industry’s most ubiquitous feature — the copper pipe — the concept uses wave-like screens to partition the reception, meeting, and work areas. providing privacy through layering, the elements create a multi-dimensional environment for the office. architectural accents, in shades of blue, subtly reinforce the importance of water within. ‘odyssey capital’ is located in the raffles place financial district of singapore. 

OWMF architecture odyssey capital office interior singapore
the design draws influence from water-related industry


copper pipes create wave-like screens between the reception, meeting, and work areas

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‘odyssey capital’ interior 

OWMF architecture odyssey capital office interior singapore
copper screen 


light passes through the pipes, allowing natural light to penetrate the interior 

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screens provide privacy through layering, and allow views through when looked at from certain angles

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collectibles such as hand drawn maps and a search light decorates the office


light blue accents reinforce the importance of water throughout 

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partition detail 


‘odyssey capital’ interior 

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copper partitions 

 

 

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