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ROSEMOO Headquarters Office in China

26 june 2024

Design: Cun Design

Location: Beijing, People’s Republic of China

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing, China

Photos by Wang Ting

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The new headquarters of ROSEMOO is located in the Shouchuang Langyuan Station Park in Beijing. The predecessor of the park was the Beijing Textile Warehouse, which was built in the 1970s. As an important old industrial relic, the park has fully preserved the basic layout of the original 30 warehouses in red brick architecture.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing, China

This time, ROSEMOO and Cui Shu collaborated for the second time, continuing their thinking on Eastern philosophy, and transforming one of the buildings into a composite and diverse creative space that integrates office, reception, and showroom. The original open layout and superior elevation of the warehouse building provided rich spatial possibilities for creative office spaces.

Based on the clues of preserving the original industrial heritage, Cui Shu created two volumes inside and outside the building through sculptural techniques, achieving a recognizable appearance as the brand headquarters while meeting the organic integration organization of different functions inside.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing, China


In the design, ingenuity was used to create two prominent building volumes, both inside and outside, through deconstruction and stacking techniques, giving the headquarters a distinct identity and ensuring seamless connection between internal functional areas. Among them, the horizontally suspended rectangular volume constructs the three-
dimensional traffic boxes for inside and outside the building, as well as vertically inserted hollow cylindrical volumes that
shape the spirit of the spatial space.

The upper and lower parts respectively serve as multifunctional exhibition halls and negotiation meetings, and the open office areas surrounding them show case a modern and efficient working atmosphere.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing, China


Cui Shu is good at expressing Chinese spatial philosophy through modern techniques. In ROSEMOOs project, through the staggered relationship between high and low levels, he was able to cleverly connect different functional modules in a flowing space.

From the entrance, after passing through a narrow corridor, gradually enter. At this point, it is necessary to take a few steps down to officially enter the open and high indoor space. If you continue to climb up the stairs, you
can directly reach the reception tea room on the second floor.

The first floor of the circular space has been sunken, creating a spatial relationship similar to a classical music hall, adding a sense of ceremony to the entrance. The stairs surrounding the exterior also resemble a fast passage leading people from the center to the second floor.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing, China

Brightness and Darkness

The brand advocates nature, and the fabric materials are mainly natural and comfortable cotton, linen, silk, and wool. The overall texture of the new headquarters office also echoes with a pure, clean, and natural feeling. Not only does it reveal the original structure of the building as much as possible to present a simple texture, but it also cleverly uses vertical and horizontal bar shaped windows and skylight designs to effectively guide natural light into the interior, cleverly regulating the contrast between light and dark in the space, forming a light and shadow effect with both key lighting and soft diffuse light, and locally constructing a poetic realm of “light in it”.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing

The tree shadows outside complement the pristine white walls, complementing the weathered mottled red bricks. Together, they tell the aesthetic story of the interweaving of nature and time, allowing every person immersed in it to feel the charm of dialogue and harmonious coexistence that transcends time and space.

The design of ROSEMOO’s headquarters office is not only a recreation of space, but also a profound interpretation of brand spirit and Eastern philosophy.Through clever spatial layout and careful handling of light and shadow, this multifunctional creative space has become a vibrant and inspirational workplace.

It pays tribute to nature and tradition, and also reflects the perfect integration of modern design concepts and traditional culture.Not only is it a symbol of the ROSEMOO brand, but it has also become a unique cultural landmark within the Langyuan Station Park, injecting new vitality into the city’s industrial heritage.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office in Beijing, China – Building Information


Project Name: ROSEMOO Headquarters Office
Project Location: Beijing, China
Project Area: 1540m²
Design Time: 2023.02
Completion Time: 2023.09
Design Firm: Cun Design
Lead Designer: Cui Shu
Design Team: Li Hui, Wang Jiaqi, Liu Jinchang

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing


CUN DESIGN proposes the concept of enterprise operation space. It is the first space design team in China who combines the concepts of artistic creativity, technology office and green office to fulfill the efficiency of corporate office. It is the pioneer in the field of office design, releasing the latest trends on office space thinking.

With the development of CUN DESIGN, its focus on space design has gradually extended to a wider field of design. In recent years, CUN DESIGN has focused on helping real estate companies solve practical problems from the roots of industrial layout, so as to amplify the commercial value of real estate project.

Therefore, CUN DESIGN has specially proposed [solution design] method for real estate enterprises. In the early stage of design, it needs to understand the relevant policy orientation, and clarify project design purpose and task through combining development needs and the operational characteristics of project.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing

By analyzing the consumption trends of the end users, it conceives and establishes appropriate supply and demand relationships to create a core competitiveness that leads the development trend of industry. Implementation in design. On the one hand, the space planning should fit operational management, which is an effective way to improve the operational efficiency and reduce the cost of operation and management.

On the other hand, it measures the acceptance of target users, then creates the visual form of space accordingly. Through systematic thinking and judgment combined with multi-dimensional related design art categories, it can redefine the amazing space experience in the controllable construction cost, enlarging the core features of project, and setting up a standard for the development of industry.

ROSEMOO Headquarters Office, Beijing

Photography: Wang Ting

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