In this project, the issue design was compactness of the physical program and its consequences, the answer of which has become the main idea of the design, which is to create a virtual dimension.
The creation of virtual dimensions using the transparency of spaces and the use of glass and the reflection of images in each other, has led to the creation of novel and unexperienced space in an office space.
Given the area (250 square meters) and the defined physical program, we consider the risk of creating a dark and unsuitable space for the user, very high.
In this regard, considering that natural light enters the unit only from the northern wall, by creating transparent and translucent bodies, it is possible to illuminate all interior spaces.
On the other hand, placing vertical glass panels between the transparent separating panels has resulted different images and representation of interior spaces.
The use of glass in the roof as a reflective coating has also helped to create a virtual dimension to the interior, resulting in some form of ambiguity, scale shift and suspension of project spaces.
Royal (Interior Design) Gallery