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E Carpark

Oft Interiors Ltd.



Project description

This is a garage designed for sports car enthusiasts, not so much a garage as a private sports car museum. For enthusiasts, sports cars are not only a means of transportation and artwork but also represent the freedom and adventure within, and what this garage shows and emphasizes is the freedom of mobility brought by cars. How to make the dark closed garage into a futuristic sports car museum? OFT to "technology - flow - freedom - future" four key words for the concept, through the ground and ceiling through a large number of straight lines and curves, simulating the vehicle on the road speeding state, the car driving dynamics have been continued in this flowing space, symbolizing the never-ending adventure, this is not the end but the starting point. In order to let each car can be better displayed, this 1000 square meters of "sports car museum" set only 28 spaces, and at the same time to highlight the car in the space of the absolute protagonist of the identity, the overall color and atmosphere, OFT chose a more neutral and technological visual way to present, the wall of sharp strip lights deliberately weakened the color brought about by the The wall of sharp strip lights deliberately weakens the competition for sightline brought by color. OFT proposes to redefine the garage with the concept of "sports car museum + social", allowing the art of adventure to resonate with people, thus opening up a whole new dimension in the "sports car museum "in the opening of a new social space, through the difference between other areas of the polymer ceiling and ground, to create a semi-open leisure area, car enthusiasts in this meeting and chat, you can walk to any artwork at will to appreciate, gaze, but also at any time with action to embrace the wind and freedom.


Project details
Location:Hong Kong, China
Studio NameOft Interiors Ltd.
Lead designerCM Jao & Ken Cheung
Design teamCM Jao;Ken Cheung;Yoyo Au
Photography creditsHDP Photography
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