s it a container? A billboard? A model home? This sales office is all that and more. To make sure the project name and model interior of the Brickfields condo tower really stood out, the designers had the idea to raise it on pylons. Its presence is striking. At night, against the light emanating from inside, the project name really pops out, turning it into a de facto billboard. The jury was particularly attracted by this dual function. Inside, the space is meticulously arranged, emulating the interior of one of the condos: everything has been carefully considered, down to the last detail. But the space also had to fulfill its function as a sales office. The living room, then, serves as a reception hall, where various screens project conceptual images of the project, the kitchen counter provides a surface where plans and samples can be viewed, and the dining room, separated by a glass partition, offers a more isolated area for private discussions. The ambiance inside is inviting and showcases materials used in the condos, and from the large windows facing the park, visitors can get a glimpse of the view from the new apartments. The entire sales office is mobile and could even be reused for another project.