How acceptable the workspace of an organization accountable for a number of fashionable reinterpretations of gaming consoles of yesteryear would additionally hold one foot previously and the opposite stretched towards the long run. Seattle-based gaming design and fabrications firm Analogue’s newly opened Asia headquarters showcases an analogous retro-modern theme inside their Causeway Bay, Hong Kong workspace – a tastefully “anti-tech” environment for a workforce devoted to (re)creating homage gaming techniques.
Occupying a modest 660 sq.ft. Analogue’s 1964-built streamlined-art moderne workplace hosts a 10-person workforce and is a realization of a 10-year dream for Analogue founder, Taber. Whereas dimensions are small, the vibe inside feels open and spacious, because of the assistance from James JJ Acuna for JJ Acuna / Bespoke Studio.
Designed in collaboration with Analogue founder, Christopher Taber, the Hong Kong headquarters put on a “cool-white” palette complemented by the heat of frivolously oiled chevron oak flooring beneath, with ample pure gentle to intensify the nook workplace’s finest options.
Mid-century and bespoke walnut wooden furnishings from the likes of Modernica and Concord (Hong Kong) are accessorized with black metals, sheer white material curtains, and off-white handmade clay tiles, finishing a decoratively retro canvas.
Hand painted signage by KATOL of Begin From Zero and Grasp WU Chi Kai of The Hong Kong neon heritage add visible curiosity to the partitions. The sum is a workspace tailor made to symbolize an organization whose efforts seize the spirit of the previous inside the context of the current.
Photographs by XU Liang Leon for JJ Acuna / Bespoke Studio.