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M Moser specialises in creating effective workplace environments; designing and delivering office interiors, architecture, corporate campuses, and R&D facilities.

To optimise the use of space and budget, M Moser’s project professionals focus on developing workplaces that support clients’ business goals and management objectives.

M Moser’s designers, engineers, and other project professionals use a range of cutting-edge technologies to support BIM in an interactive virtual design and construction (VDC) approach that supports the collaborative integration of project design and delivery.

The Projects

Jones Lang LaSalle, Hong Kong

A Platinum Shade of Green

From concept to completion in just 12 weeks, and LEED Platinum

Deep impressions are formed as soon as one enters the travertine-and-timber geometry of Jones Lang LaSalle’s new Hong Kong office. Eyes are perhaps first drawn to the striking mosaic of timber that rises up behind the reception counter – and then to the counter itself, whose sharp-edged form contrasts with the softer glow of its powder-coated aluminium finish. Flanking this tableau to the left is the first of a trio of glass-enclosed meeting rooms; and to the right, a spacious pantry whose timber floor underpins an otherwise coolly transparent and simple volume.


see also : MAISON & OBJET 2015: SCHRAMM



Natixis, Hong Kong

Transparent motives

A blend of minimalist form, simple but compelling materials and unlimited transparency defines the new Hong Kong office of Natixis, a corporate and investment bank.

There is more than one way to look at the cloistered architecture of the traditional banking environment. While the design intention may be to establish an atmosphere of hushed security, solidity and permanence, the same highly cellularised interior might sometimes imply something quite different, such as secrecy and opacity.For Natixis, it was these less than desirable implications that spurred a decisive shift in the design of their new Hong Kong office. Replacing the bank’s original three non-consecutive floors in Hong Kong’s Admiralty district, the project for the new office evolved as a direct contrast to the old: a consolidated, contiguous workspace with few internal barriers to communication or circulation.



see also : MAISON & OBJET 2015: SCHRAMM



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