This project focused on upgrading an electrical instrument manufacturer’s head office and factory. As the current city planning zoning did not allow for the usual technique of completely dismantling the old facility and building a new one, the project was carried out in several stages, with part of the old facility left in place and the majority dismantled before extending what was left. The factory needed to keep running while the renovation was being carried out and the background conditions for the construction work were also extremely complex, as the precision instruments manufactured by the company cannot tolerate dust. As well as solving these tricky background issues, the company ensured both the functionality of the factory and the comfort of the working environment by creating quiet spaces with raised floors called USBs dotted around the outside of the big processing plant, located a little distance away, but still connected to it. The corridor around the periphery of the central factory space is also equipped with raised-floor USB spaces, which afford a panoramic view of the whole factory and are therefore expected to improve both technological innovation and communication. In addition, the lower level of this corridor also serves as a functional ring-shaped zone for equipment. This building’s value lies in the way in which it has solved and integrated so very many requirements in a spatially appealing way. As such, we wish to offer high praise for it.