Architecture & Interior / Office
The site is hampered by noise from the provincial highway, air pollution, and concerns about employees and guests transiting to the office. The building has a large number of suspended elements, deep balconies and sun visors. All of these components help to decrease the temperature inside the building. The windows along the front side were positioned in such a way that as the sun moves through the sky, a path of light can be seen moving through the office. This helps remind people in an office about the passage of time during the day. The corridor of the entrance is surrounded by a high degree of natural sloping embankments and densely planted trees. The exterior is dotted with stone chairs. This creates a natural forest farm that reduces the impact of the polluted air on the human body and achieves the purpose of reducing noise.