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Investment Firm Office Fitout

Tailored building services and lighting design creates a wellbeing-enhancing office space for a leading investment firm.
A glazed meeting room with a picture for decoration and ceiling lights design

Location

Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Client

Confidential

Architect

SPARK

Occupying two floors with an interconnecting staircase at Pacific Place 3, this new 40000 sqft office includes main offices, meeting rooms and staff amenities. To promote work-life balance in the office, “chill- out” areas were included at various locations within the floorplates. Our building services and lighting design integrates seamlessly with the interior finishes to create an aesthetically pleasing and highly functional workspace.

Lighting was designed with distinct characteristics and different colour temperatures to aid the transition between work and rest spaces. Our building services team designed a green wall with integrated air purifiers and an air-conditioning system to improve air quality. Supplementary fan coil units were included in manager rooms and large meeting rooms to enhance comfort levels. We also designed and built shower rooms and devised electrical designs for the trading spaces.

"In this project, one of the major challenges was designing the shower room. From a plumbing and drainage design perspective, raised floors are essential for adequate drainage. In addition, the existing base building pipes were undersized for shower room application. Our early coordination with the client and partners was key to a successful outcome." Joe Tang, Director.

Key fact

Achieving a work/life balance is the key feature of this office fit-out.

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Key fact

Carefully considered lighting designs aid transition between spaces.

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Key fact

Adapting the electrical design for a half-floor office.

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Joe Tang in a grey suit and pale shirt with blurred green park background

Joe Tang

Director, Building Services

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In this project, one of the major challenges was designing the shower room. From a plumbing and drainage design perspective, raised floors are essential for adequate drainage. In addition, the existing base building pipes were undersized for shower room application. Our early coordination with the client and partners was key to a successful outcome.

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