Good Energy
Tom Arban
Good Energy
Dec 16, 2011 With smart material manipulation, Johnson Chou transforms an otherwise mundane space into the understated-yet-lively Toronto offices for Red Bull Canada.

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Good Energy_01 12.2011RedBull06 The transition from one phase of the interior to the next is visible with the sleek portal and variation in wood flooring.
Good Energy_02 12.2011RedBull05 A sleek, casual bar area—just steps from employee workstations—is set apart with a wooden floor, ceiling, and wall. It includes a series of wall-mounted, glass-fronted mini refrigerators for cans of Red Bull.
Good Energy_03 12.2011RedBull04 The transition from one phase of the interior to the next is visible with the sleek portal and variation in wood flooring.
Good Energy_04 12.2011RedBull03 Multiple layers of juxtaposed forms and materials include the curved felt wall and wooden floor.
Good Energy_05 12.2011RedBull02 Multiple layers of juxtaposed forms and materials include the curved felt wall, metal mesh enclosure, wood floor, glass wall, and the maple-strip board room structure.
Good Energy_06 12.2011RedBull01 The dynamic board room enclosure with rib-like maple strips is evocative of a sauna and the Canadian landscape. The conference table was custom made for the room by Treehouse Furniture Company. A felt wall adds an unusual texture and aids in softening acoustics.