Most of the professional working offices are designed in irreducible and modern style. With white and neutral as dominant colors, Leaf Design’s offices are rare cases that don’t follow common models and use specific indigenous materials to create spaces imbued with Vietnamese culture.
Special designs are inspired by royal architecture, with materials reminiscent of the Indochina. However, all have been customized to fit the latest workspace and design trends. This requires the designer’s ability to perceive indigenous materials and find the best ideas to apply them to the spaces in a unique and modern way without losing “the soul” of the indigenous materials.
The spatial architectures are emphasized by symmetrical layout, take ceramic bricks and excellent sculpting techniques to create highlights throughout the spaces. So it’s easy to evoke the solemn feeling often found in the ancient royal architecture in Vietnam.
Common materials in Vietnamese living spaces such as rattan, ceramic bricks,…are utilized in the designs as sophisticated highlights and at the same time meet many functional requirements: create airy and inspiring spaces for small offices and also make it easy to repair or replace without affecting the aesthetics.
From the walls are emphasized by sculpture to the concrete floor with mixture of red bricks and ceramic bricks, all are handled by detailed manual techniques to create smooth and pleasant surfaces when touching.
The ancient specific details are preserved such as iron door frames, bamboo blinds, foot pedal sewing machines,…and are arranged in harmony with modern materials such as marble stones and glass doors to create an overall though bold indigenous culture but still perfectly suited the modern workspaces – where many inspirations are needed to continue exploring new trends.
Community spaces have no limitations on the design theme.The designer’s task is logically and convincingly bring the ideas to life.
LEAF Design office
Designed & Constructed by LEAF Design
Photo by Do Sy
𝐋𝐄𝐀𝐅 𝐝𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧 | 55 Đặng Dung. Q1. Sài Gòn.
Hotline 09 666 235 04