Inverted office is a manifestation of a hypothesis that postulates the existence of psychological and semiotic impacts of architecture on the human mind and also has metaphysical character. This is achieved with the unique use of materials and the scalar complexity that is introduced within the enclosed space.
The workstations are designed with various materials ranging from bricks, stone, cement plaster, wood and metal sections. The base is designed primarily in brick while the table top is made from block board. Metal sections are used to design the truss partition between the desks and allow space for clipping and hanging notes to the users.
Stone window sills and ledges are designed in the office space to facilitate additional seating areas for informal discussions and activities.
Highlight feature walls are designed with simple materials. Complexity and character in design is achieved through staggering the brick courses and defining the mortar joints. Artificial lighting is used to further enhance the textures and surfaces thus created.
Exposed conduits and switch boxes are integrated in the workstation design. The brick work beneath the table is designed is staggered courses creating niches for placing the electrical conduits and services.