A ribbon-like wood table winds its way throughout this office, and the reason why is meaningful

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

 

Produce Workshop were tasked with designing a unique office interior, for Singaporean video production company, Little Red Ants Creative Studio.

 

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

The design brief they were given, was to create a space that promotes communication between the employees.

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

The solution was a ribbon-like wood table, that winds its way through the different departments. Essentially, the table is a metaphor that represents how all the employees are working together on the same team, trying to achieve the same goal.

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

It was designed to follow the flow of the work, from the writers to the editors. The single connecting structure also hides all of the offices cables within it.

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

This part has wood rungs that let you climb up to sit on to of a central platform.

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

An added bonus in the office, is this secret bar that hides behind the television wall.

Little Red Ants Studio in Singapore, designed by Produce Workshop.

Photography by Edward Hendricks, CI&A Photography | © PRODUCE WORKSHOP

Get the contemporist daily email newsletter – sign up here

Luminaire – November 2018 – Cassina Super Beam Sofa
Social Media – Pinterest