Spaces Belvedere is our latest co-working project in Hanoi. It resides in an Art Deco building located at the edge of the old French Quarter, Spaces Belvedere links to the old district and the booming city center.
Take your pick from one of 10 floors of designer offices or hold a meeting of the minds in our creative meeting rooms. For this project, our architects went for a modern look but with a cozy, homely feel. Work is already tough. Why settle for a stiff office? People seeking co-working spaces are often freelancing in the hopes of avoiding cubicle offices and monotone spaces. That is why our team furnished the place with sleek, minimalist furniture from esteemed providers.
We opt for contemporary furniture from trusted makers. They all tend towards a minimalist look and provide great comfort. The warm color palette we crafted give them consistency and together they make for a more uplifting environment.
To keep the place well lit at all time, D&P used dim-able pendant lighting with clean-cut, elegant look from Vibia and Artemide. Such beauty is most apparent in the meeting room, which uses the iconic Vibia Halo Lineal.
Greenery is one of our priority while arranging the space. Plants are placed generously so guests will feel more relaxed and have something nice to turn to every now and then. The whole space should feel friendlier overall.
In term of fabric, we choose stretch fabrics as one of our principal material based on their durability and comfort. We use Kvadrat for their great variety and wide choice in color scheme.
Together with other furniture, fabrics help set the tone of the room deciding on its mood and radiating ambivalence.
For example, mint blue in curtain and chairs in the meeting room promotes feelings of tranquility. As it also contains green, which is thought to help balance emotions, mint blue is a particularly calming hue.
Likewise, pastel pink in the board room represents friendship, harmony, inner peace, and approach-ability.
The light orange runner carpet makes every step seem more cheerful and it pops brightly on the veneer wood flooring.
We use textiles also to unify the room and help bring space together. This is where the color palette comes into play. We chose orange as principal color to light up the spaces as well as stimulating creativity. A mixing and matching different textures between the fabrics cover meeting booth, the build in seats and the chair go along with the wood flooring, layering them together creating a sense of contrast and set the mood of the space.
We separate the waiting area by utilizing a custom-made carpet that is completely different from the rest. Thus, people in the waiting are will feel ‘safe’ from the busy flow from other areas. Co-working spaces can look very alike. That is why we want Spaces Belvedere to have something unique.
In short, if you are looking for a light-hearted workplace with a design that will place your heart at ease, there is Spaces Belvedere.