Building C caters co-working activities, equipped with a reception, lounge and coffee station; while building D caters workshop, training, casual events, hackactons or work programs (since the nature of these activities is closer / might be related to the conference hall next to building D). All space layouts are basically open space and flexible, equipped with full-height glass door panels to divide the spaces if needed.
The principle of the design is to create a strong relationship between interior and outdoor activities, while in the same time using the courtyard to connect both of buildings (Block C & D). Working spaces are everywhere, where people can work and have discussion / casual meeting / teamwork events at the decentralized indoor / outdoor seating zones. The nature of the furniture is flexible, movable, and multipliable, so the chairs and tables can be rearranged based on needs / particular kind of events; also accommodating both formal and informal / casual environment.
Fresh multi color furniture is mostly used to embrace creativity, while the ceiling, flooring, dividers, windows and tables are mostly using neutral materials (such as concrete, silver aluminium, black frames, glass panels, wood, black chalkboard (can be used for workshop or meeting / brainstorming), and white color based materials).
The landscape concept is quite simple, using lots of local trees and greenery scattered along the pathway that connects Block C and block D. Along the building frontage, some tables & chairs are placed along the bay window of the façade, as well as cabanas with bean bag seats on the landscape perimeter; creating a semi-indoor working places that connects directly to the building interior.