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CLOU Office Interior in People’s Republic of China

28 Feb 2022

Design: CLOU architects

Location: Beijing, People’s Republic of China

CLOU Office Beijing Interior

Photos by Banye Lin

CLOU Office, China

2020 and 2021 have proven to be seminal years for CLOU: One year after launching a Shanghai branch near the Bund, CLOU’s Beijing office has now expanded into sparkling new premises. Within the familiar surroundings of Sanlitun SOHO, the space has doubled in size to occupy half a tower floorplate on the 17th floor, with a fully glazed facade offering sweeping views across Sanlitun and into the mountains of Northeastern Beijing.

CLOU Office Beijing Interior

Flexible workspaces for complementary forms of collaboration
Cool and clean lines define different zones of work, communication, research, and display, all connected by CLOU’s signature silver galvanized walls – a feature tying all spaces together since the office’s inception.

CLOU Office Beijing

Black and white materials and furnishings contrast with warm wood and color accents, softly mirrored in the reflection of the steel.

CLOU Office Beijing

Hot-dip galvanized steel sheet (SGCC) is widely used in industrial engineering, but mainly revolves around household appliances.

CLOU Office Beijing Interior

To date, galvanized steel panels have provided all CLOU offices with flexibility and multi-use surfaces. The material’s sharp and cool appearance, its non-directional surface pattern, and its magnetic properties render the surfaces of the functional wall and furniture cladding a versatile canvas for all displayed representations of our design processes. From the main entrance through to the design floor and the communal areas, the softly distorting reflections emphasize industrious brightness in a connective gesture.

CLOU Office Beijing

Brand identity
Entering the galvanized steel-covered entrance, the right side appears as an open office area, and the left side contains a model workshop. The two zones are connected by a stepped display area, the reception area, and a public corridor.

CLOU Office Beijing

The CLOU logo, as part of the brand identity, is presented on the walls of the three areas in a variety of materials and sizes. The black and silver graphic logo showcases the firm’s bold and creative image.

On-site trying and testing
Brightly lit, open office zones are complemented by a variety of meeting rooms for in-person and virtual encounters. Each space infuses its own characteristics – the boardroom with its glass enclosure around bright blue flooring and warm orange-red fabric, a more intimate conference space with warm wood furniture on speckled green terrazzo, and a cave-like, all-wood retreat for quiet work and conversation.

CLOU Office Beijing Interior

Terrazzo is the characteristic element providing rhythm and dynamics to the multidimensional expanse of our most common projects: convivial neighborhood malls that bring communities together.

CLOU Office Beijing Interior

CLOU’s new Beijing office references this material, transferring it from the bright floors of our retail spaces in order to introduce it as a means of territorial definition: open office areas are laid out to zone common and shared spaces in gleaming brightness, while meeting spaces encapsulate in subtle accent colors. Boldly striped contrast patterns create spatial dynamics in the lively community and circulation axis.

A proper workshop occupies a large area of the office: in a zone for model-making, design tests, and material research, the wood-clad environment integrates workbenches and 3D machinery with library storage and archive rooms.

CLOU Office Beijing

Flexible furnishings allow for quick conversion into a photo studio or a mini-auditorium for inter-office presentations.

Stepped display areas connect workplace and workshop along a communal meeting zone: where steel and wood intersect, models of projects past, present, and future showcase progress and variety, while benchmarking possibility and quality.

CLOU Office Beijing

CLOU Office in Beijing, China – Building Information

Architect: CLOU architects –

Type: Workplace Interior Design
Location: Beijing, China
Construction Area: 387.53 sqm

Interior Design: CLOU architects
Design Team: Jan Clostermann, Lin Li, Yadi Zhong, Sebastian Loaiza, Haiwei Xie
Construction Team: Jingwei Decor
Galvanized Steel Panel: Huihaiyuan Galvanized Steel
Marine Board: Naimeili.wood635
Terrazzo: Yongfa Stone

CLOU Office Beijing

About CLOU architects
CLOU is an award-winning international design studio with multi-disciplinary expertise in master planning, architecture, interiors, and landscapes. The team designs their projects on a variety of scales around community connectors and social spaces.

At CLOU, a team of more than 65 experienced architects from China and all over the world enjoy working collaboratively and imaginatively on a wide range of projects. Clients include retail and mixed-use developers, residential investors, hotel operators, and governmental and educational institutions. Across design and implementation, CLOU architects strive to create projects that positively influence the people involved, the immediate and extended environment, and the communities that occupy and inhabit them.

CLOU Office Beijing Interior

Photography: Banye Lin

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