As a leader of ancient Chinese mythological novels, Journey to the West has influenced generations of Chinese people.DAGA Architects never thought that one day would design an office space with the theme of Journey to the West, until we met a special client- Net Zhu Bajie . As the largest Internet company in southwest China, Bajie's Factory has entered this field with a different business model of co-working office, and hopes to create a unique co-working office space that fully reflects the brand image. Entrusted by Bajie Factory, DAGA Architects serves as the EPC general contractor for the project from design to construction.Defining green as the main color of the space comes from the scenes of the master and apprentice traveling westward through the jungle in the 87th Edition TV series Journey to the West, incorporating cartoon elements and colors under the green theme to make the space more vivid and warm.As the most important shared space of the co-working office, the reception area of the front hall carries the most important social functions of the co-working office, from inquiry reception to game leisure. Designers use a variety of green materials with different saturation and the collocation of green plants with big leaves to create a pleasant and relaxed space experience for users. At the same time, it sets a clear tone for the design style of the entire office space.The office area continues the design concept of the public area, in the case of limited cost, through the rich design to enhance the space, so that the office users who live in it can feel the ease and joy brought by the design. The exaggerated room signs in the corridor are intended to break the boredom caused by the excessive length of the corridor, while three westward-themed rest areas are designed at the end of the aisle. On the other hand, the interior of the office pursues simplicity and does not do too much decoration, but the chandelier, glass partition and color separation line are perfectly coincident through fine construction management, which seems simple but conceals order.