China’s emerging business park sector is strengthening occupiers’ demand for high-quality business space in China. This is supported by expansion of research and development (R&D) activities of high-tech and pharmaceuticals firms seeking high-specification space, by the fast growth in business process outsourcing (BPO) industry, and by huge demand of multinationals for campus-style space outside high-cost CBD locations.
Indeed, there are countless benefits of housing related businesses in a single business park or in an industrial estate away from residential areas including benefits of shared resources or preferential taxation rules. For these parks to work with optimal efficiency, their design cannot afford to be merely aesthetic in nature. Design can help to stream-lined processes for better productivity, improve transportation access and warehouse storing logistics to save time, not to forget clear company branding for company representation.
Good design of office parks also considers the challenges of shared space and staff and product/service logistics to and from the parks.
Thanks to their cross-industry experience, logon architects, together with logon engineers and the logon lab had the capacity to share invaluable insights, integrating these into the design of business parks. In our Nanjing Tuspark project for example, designers looked into the specific challenges in achieving a work/life balance, responding with service apartments, entertainment facilities and community areas for staff to conglomerate.
Our business park design:
• works to optimize on-and intra-site efficiency and productivity
• aims to improve staff work/ life balance
• always responds to site-specific needs
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