The firm was tasked with creating a space that could integrate the wide range of activities of the floral art studio while still maintaining subtlety and balance between the design elements. “The project is based on two connected asymmetrical spaces. A whole unity is built by using a multi-functional long block and different materials,” explains the firm. At its center sits a long stainless steel counter, an operation table for all activities—training, teaching, display, and retail. Storage is provided by mirror drawers that reflect and distort the environment while remaining discreet to the eye. “The design integrates the cluttered cascades of the original building, so that the space can obtain the change in the ascending direction in addition to the horizontal extension, and concurrently affect the change of the elongated console with the height difference,” adds the firm.