Lane Crawford – Hong Kong headquarters

A happy employee is a productive one. There is no doubt about it, our working environment is a determinant factor of how good we perform.

This philosophy should be much more common than it really is. Think about Google and their offices which look almost like a kindergarten classroom. That’s why big companies, fighting for huge profit, don’t hesitate to invest in upgrading the working space.

As a designer, my biggest nightmare would be working in a cubicle under fluorescent light. Today I bring you this impressive loft in Hong Kong.

http://www.jingdaily.com/

Lane Crawford is one of Hong Kong’s leading specialty stores, offering a wide selection of designer brands in Asia.

Founded in 1850, Lane Crawford evolved from a department store to a fashion and lifestyle specialist.

Game Room
Game Room

The next one has to be my favourite spot within the office space. There is no beter place for sipping some tea in between meetings.

Breakout area with a touch of green
Breakout area with a touch of green
Vintage replica of a phone box for private phonecalls
Vintage replica of a phone box for private phonecalls

The design concept was created by an in-house team and implemented by CL3, a local design firm led by architect William Lim.

Breakout cafe
Breakout cafe
Eating area
Eating area
The 'Press Cage'
The ‘Press Cage’
Inside the 'Press Cage'
Inside the ‘Press Cage’
Art gallery in the corridor
Art gallery in the corridor
Boardroom featuring a table by Piet Hein Eek
Boardroom featuring a table by Piet Hein Eek
Informal meeting room
Informal meeting room
Work space
Work space
Presentation area
Presentation area

I don’t know if I would rather work here or simply move in…

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Head Quarters – no chance…..
    I’m moving in!…. Its my kinda home! (I love the space, colour, layout and heaps of natural light)!!!

  2. I know! better than many living standards!

  3. Amazing! I would be more creative in that office space and would never leave my job!

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