Archisan | A Contemporary Office for Three Million Startups
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A group of young Japanese IT entrepreneurs approached and asked for their office to be up by next week. They just found a space in an old building in Shibuya but they only have a budget of three million (yen) for everything. Their plan is to expand their office exponentially within 3 months or so. The design strategy is to provide different types and patterns of plywood cabinets that can configure anytime and any moment to provide the surface for their computing works and meetings. The systematic cabinets are stacked in dynamic patterns by themselves so that their configuration can change a second-by-second based on their demands and workloads.