H&M has unveiled its new Taiwan headquarters in the island’s capital of Taipei. Designed by local firm JC Architecture, the headquarters houses the Swedish fast fashion giant’s finance and logistics departments within a minimalist, cathedral-like space. A light industrial aesthetic is evident through the use of materials such as the concrete floor, unvarnished wood furnishings and whitewashed walls. The interior’s arched partitions are undoubtedly the most captivating feature, and serve to separate the disparate workspaces for the different departments, both of which connect to a communal space which contains the kitchen, a garden, and ample casual seating. “By creating the layout in a human-scale approach, with small groups and breathing spaces throughout, we provide the required privacy setting while maintaining a neutral hierarchy environment,” says the firm in a press release.