Athens-based KLAb Architecture (kinetic lab of architecture) recently has completed the Wunderman Offices in Athens. It was designed using a linear dynamic fluid space that creates sculptural walls playing with patterns, red colour and 3dimensional transparencies and opacities.
+ Project description courtesy of KLAb Architecture
Wunderman’s new offices in Moschato, Athens, were designed using a linear dynamic fluid space that creates sculptural walls playing with patterns, red colour and 3dimensional transparencies and opacities.
The new extension creates a dialogue through a corridor that links both sides. The corridor starts as this, but becomes a space, a piazza within as it widens.
The walls are semi transparent semi translucent and semi walls. Partitions – walls – act as sculptural items to separate spaces and departments, create entrances, and prevent, but also allow interaction.
They become the fundamental pieces of the new function of the office. A creative and dynamic search for new ideas of communicating. At the end of the corridor exists the most significant space : “the room”. Our interpretation of the conference room fosters the exchange of ideas and thinking by promoting a more informal atmosphere.
+ Project credits / data
Project: Wunderman offices
Location: Athens, Greece
Design: KLAb Architecture (kinetic lab of architecture) – Konstantinos Labrinopoulos and Miltos Farmakis.
+ All images and drawings courtesy of KLAb Architecture