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.
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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.
Natixis, Hong Kong
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.
Hong Kong Trade Development Council, Hong Kong
A flow of knowledge
This 15,000 sq-ft space is designed as a ‘river of knowledge’ conveying a flow of information to visitors.
With this renovation of their existing space in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) wished to increase the visibility of the location while improving public perception of their organisation.
After analysis of the HKTDC’s operations and client needs, M Moser designers evolved the renewed 15,000 sq-ft space from a ‘river of knowledge’ concept. At the core of the facility is a library and seating area, respectively designed to evoke the complementary qualities of ‘stone’ and ‘water’. The ‘river’ meanwhile runs through the space, conveying a flow of information to visitors.
Swift, Hong Kong
Fit for purpose
Not just attractive, the Hong Kong office of SWIFT was designed to support patterns of activity that accelerate the operations of the business while technically facilitating high performance standards.
The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) “is the financial industry-owned co-operative supplying secure, standardised messaging services and interface software to 7,650 financial institutions in over 200 countries. SWIFT’s worldwide community includes banks, broker/dealers and investment managers, as well as their market infrastructures in payments, securities, treasure. and trade”.
Swire Properties Management, Hong Kong
The art of sustainability
For Swire Properties, the impending relocation of their management office to One Island East represented considerably more than a straightforward move into a larger, more modern space. For this project, the firm set its sights high.
Literally high, in respect to their desire to maximise the lofty views from the flagship building’s 64th and 65th floors; functionally, in the brief’s specification of both BEAM Platinum certified sustainability and an advanced, open working environment; and, for lack of a better term, spiritually, in terms of how the space would express the Swire Properties brand through a smoothly integrated mix of architecture and art.
M Moser designs mechanical and electrical systems compatible with base building provisions to meet our Client’s operating requirements as well as health and safety standards for the workplace environment.
We integrate our understanding of your workplace requirements for lighting, power, air-conditioning and fire services with our knowledge of local building code requirements to ensure optimal distribution and performance throughout your office
M Moser’s Technology Division analyses our clients’ IT infrastructure needs as a critical aspect of the overall approach to creating a new or renovated office.
For clients with heavy technology demands, an understanding of future requirements coupled with smooth integration of the IT brief with the interior design brief are critical to achieving a successful project.
Through our specialised project management services, our clients reap the benefit of IT infrastructures that are tightly coordinated with mechanical and electrical systems.
When M Moser Technology is paired with M Moser’s corporate design expertise, the client can be doubly sure that the technical aspects of the business are seamlessly integrated with both space planning and design.
For M Moser, sustainability is integral to good design. We design and deliver sustainable workplaces, buildings and campuses that yield economic, environmental and social benefits: the triple bottom line.
Designing integrated solutions from the outset. Leveraging synergies by evaluating systems and interactions from concept to completion.
By aligning ‘green’ objectives with the client’s goals and budget, we create more effective and efficient environments that optimise space, materials, energy and resources.
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