在原轻钢结构下建筑师尝试模糊 “人”与自然的边界，重新营造了乡村小屋般尺度亲切的新型办公空间 – 一个微型的绿色邻里聚落。
▼乡村小屋般的办公空间，the small-village-like work environment
This green work-studio was transformed from the central part of a vacant plant-house built hill-side facing south that used to be a warm house for flowers. An old concrete portico， covered with liana， lying in the front provides an entry pathway to the studio part. The space was designed to house a local landscape design firm.
The architect planned to construct an intimate and small-village-like work environment under the plant-house’s original building skin.
▼周围环绕八十年代典型连廊，aside surrounding the 80’s corridor
▼办公室面向室外通透，open to the nature
The open shared space of the “village”， all naturally ventilated， connects the ground from the reception atrium to the upper floor by a large concrete stairs with greenery. Three heteropanax trees grow from the ground work studio to the upper floor， giving it a semi-outdoor gardening experience. The whole construction relied on on-site process due to the inconvenient transportation to the site. Local timber and hemp-twist technique has been adapted and contributed to the project’s finishing phase.
▼现场预制混凝土体块大台阶联系上下层空间，the large concrete stairs connects the upper and lower level
▼台阶缝隙长满了多肉植物，vegetations are growing on the stairs
▼纤细的木质门窗框架强化了花房美学，the slim wooden frame highlighting the greenhouse aesthetics
The architects maintaining the natural daylight and ventilation in the new working cluster to achieve a low-energy-cost green spatial infill. The internal space is vertically divided into two， the ground part for the big design team to work closely together and the upper floor for several small design and management teams to work independently.
▼平面及剖面，plan and section
Architect: O-office Architects
Location: Guangzhou, China
Architects in charge: Jianxiang He, Ying Jiang
Design Team: Chengqiang Huang, Xiaolin Chen, Tao Zhang
Structural Engineer: Qirao Luo
Project Size: 1214㎡
Completion: Jan 2017
Photograph: Liky Photos