Modular Interior

The concept behind the project is based on utilising a singual object to create an entire interior. It is a combination of modular timber partitions and glass panels. The wooden shapes are made of plywood finished with argentinian eucalyptus veneer. Hence the partition shape acting as an acoustic nishe, reduce office noise which allowes use of single layer glass panels. The ceiling is made of streched translucent plastic fabric wich can be easily removed with a heating element for lighting and ventilation maintanance. Floors are made of walnut parquette.

Though these timber shapes perceive a random spatial organization, the flooring grid and rectangular glass
partitions hold this shapes in a rigid composition.

Project Details
Status:
Built
Location:
42 Rue d'Alesia, Paris
Size:
239 m²
Budget:
€180K
Consultants:
The Aeordynamics Modeling shop Team
Program:
office
Team:
Nikoloz Japaridze, Alexei Subotin, Olga Kolesnik, Dima Druganov