In the 19th century American industrial cities, commercial offices first appeared, and new information dissemination methods, building materials, technology, and advances in air-conditioning equipment became the driving force of commercial offices. A large group of people work together in one space, strengthen the interaction between workers, and increase the efficiency of work. With the replacement and change of the industry, at the beginning of the 21st century, the space design of the office increases the need for more free space and easy components, such as the sofa entering the office, the table being simplified into a plane where the notebook can be freely placed, Green planting points and so on. For the new imagination of the office, it gradually became the predecessor of the common work space. Then the common work space becomes a comprehensive type of space used by independent workers, creative work teams, artists, etc., which in turn promotes mutual communication and connection between different industries.
Thai joint work space Hubba Thailand Cooperate with Sansiri, a large local shopping mall, to operate a second common workspace when the first common space is in place HUBBA TO. But Hubba to is more than the imagination of the common workspace, "co-creation space", trying to include more different types of work in the space, separated by many professional studios, including pottery, Wood studios, open kitchens, photography darkrooms, screening spaces, tailoring studios, and maker spaces. This is the reason why the common workspace is called "Hubba". They hope to expand the original link and strengthen the concept of space as a hub.
Hubba Thailand commissioned on the integration of various types of studios and office spaces Supermachine Studio Designer Yupade Suvisith and Pitupong Chaowakul design plan. The space design of HUBBA TO extends the concept of Hubba Thailand, the first common workspace, to visualize the imagination and concept of space. They emphasized the maintenance and engineering of space (M&E) and enhanced their vision to depict the main visual lines of space in a green, loose line. Strong line vision, but also echoes the information and flow channels of various fields of human society, as a base for gathering, shuttle, and connection to various purposes.
Soon after the completion of 2016, HUBBA TO has become the largest working space in Southeast Asia, greatly expanding the exchanges and mutual understanding between different professional fields, and promoting more creative practices that are working hard.
3-4 F, Habito Mall, Sukhumvit 77, Bangkok, Thailand
All Images via Supermachine Studio.
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