The innovative and cutting-edge design by Delordinaire for the PSLab Studio & multi-functional workspace in Stuttgart

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The new workspaces innovate in order to be more efficient, while creative, promoting coexistence and communication between different areas. A good example of these innovative spaces is the one that has carried out the architecture studio DELORDINAIRE, based in Paris with a satellite office in Montreal, for PSLab in Stuttgart. An avant-garde and unusual layout of the space according to the philosophy of this custom lighting company. 
 

Photocredit: Juergen Pollak

PSLab designs custom-made and personalised lighting, produced in their inhouse manufactories in Stuttgart and Beirut. Their designers and craftsmen work as partners in a team, in close collaboration with the client. Interaction between design and build is embedded in a fabric of good communication. 
 
For their new studio in Stuttgart, DELORDINAIRE designed an atypical workspace centred on an immersive experience in custom-lighting design. It encourages hands-on experience and creative communication between designers, makers and clients over an unusual range of functions (design, craft, admin, kitchen, meeting area and library). 
 

Photocredit: Juergen Pollak

Photocredit: Juergen Pollak

The space is structured around a 20m long monolith that occupies the centre of the space. The monolith is clad in enamelled steel, Hainault stone, leather and resin panels. It has a powerful, grounding presence that gives unity to the diverse range of activities occuring. The expanse of the monolith’s surface is used as a continually evolving workbench, presentation surface and desk area. It is punctuated by a series of transversal cut-outs; these channels, each housing a different function, allow people to easily move from one side of the space to another. 
 

Photocredit: Delordinaire

Photocredit: Delordinaire

Photocredit: Delordinaire

Photocredit: Delordinaire

Photocredit: Delordinaire

Photocredit: Delordinaire

Source: Delordinaire 
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