Archive for the ‘office & healthcare’ category

Private Client Offices by Oktra, London – UK

August 17th, 2018

The teapoint is situated towards the front of the office, providing a welcoming experience for both visitors and employees and further supporting a transparent company culture. The new space is designed to leave a lasting first impression for visitors, with a waiting room made entirely out of glass which can also be used as a meeting room or phone booth.

ActiveCampaign Headquarters by Eastlake Studio, Chicago – Illinois

August 15th, 2018

Original crown molding and large windows hint at the history of the building, while new elements revolve around a theme of rustic, industrial materials, along with references to ActiveCampaign’s fantasy and sci-fi loving nerd culture.

Kolon Group R&D Center Offices by Steven Leach Group & Morphosis, Seoul – South Korea

August 14th, 2018

Geometric white panels were used as an recurring internal design feature to evoke a sense of modernity and forward movement. The panels allow light to stream in throughout the offices, lounges and shared areas to create an interesting juxtaposed visual effect.

Virgin Holidays within Next stores by YourStudio, UK

August 14th, 2018

Stores will feature a green living wall, soft ottoman seating, a champagne bar and key stores will include a world’s first- an in-store rollercoaster where you can travel through some of Virgin Holiday’s must-see destinations, from African safaris to a night in Vegas. The space is calm, reassuring and has a colour palette with soft-hues, rose golds and metallics.

Central Working co-working hub by Kinnersley Kent Design, London – UK

August 11th, 2018

The interior design celebrates the architecture of the Victorian industrial building, highlighting architectural nuances by juxtaposing original features with modern interventions. Prior to the redesign, most of the historic aspects of the building were hidden behind boards and layers of plaster. The designers brought the building’s character to the fore, revealing its original brickwork and glazed tile arches.

STUNNING LURE press room by GENERAL CREATION Co., Tokyo – Japan

August 10th, 2018

The concept is a cool and clear space that will not be swept away by the times. A large shelf of old material that suddenly appears in a cool space finished with mortar on the ceiling and floor. This old material also adopts solid wood, you can enjoy the change of texture over the years as well. Combining different materials, they emphasized their presence.

WeWork Champs-Élysées Coworking Offices, Paris – France

August 9th, 2018

The minimalistic intervention was made possible. Very few architectural additions were made, including the wrought-iron spiral staircase and fireplaces throughout. Since the space did not have any moldings, the team added velvet curtains for acoustical purposes and conceal the risk doors in certain lobbies. Linear fixtures with a light wash emphasize the sheen and lightness of the curtains.

DELA Offices by Hollandse Nieuwe, Eindhoven – Netherlands

August 9th, 2018

The ground floor space provides a rich and warm ambiance through its combination of natural oak floor, black ceramic espresso bar, dark upholstered walls, lush greenery and colour accents added through furniture. Contrasting this warm and strong space is the white, light filled mezzanine level overlooking the restaurant. This level provides the perfect place for meetings and focused work.

ASTUDIO photo studio by United Units Architects, Beijing – China

August 8th, 2018

Taking the palette of black, white and gray, a brass metal colour was added in specific areas, to highlight the overall tone of the space. The texture and colour of the original brick wall was preserved by using a transparent paint, in contrast to the ceiling being painted black.

NEX office by Interaction, Bristol – UK

August 8th, 2018

By combining effective project and site management with original design, the result exceeds what the NEX team asked for. Not only is it a wow-factor workplace that will help the team to attract and retain talent in a competitive Bristol tech market, but it has set the standard for other office designs within Programme, Bristol, and the wider South West.

Visual Elements Modular Office by IMT Modular Walls, Toronto – Canada

August 7th, 2018

United Co. Coworking Offices by PTID, Melbourne – Australia

August 5th, 2018

Heritage is celebrated and preserved through the retention of the red brick interior and the black steel window frames. Obsolete areas of the building’s mechanical past are reborn for a new generation of working, the old lift shaft now a place for cosy discussion.

Visun Cullinan Sales Office by Shenzhen TRINITY, Sanya – China

August 2nd, 2018

The sculptural staircase was pained in dusky color, complemented by furnishings of burlywood to continue the idea. The lightings embedded in steps subtlely shows the original intention of design that the architect explores nature to blend in art. In addition to this, a large area of green plants in the room fulfill the long-term ecological principles and life concept of aerobic and low-carbon.

MetLife Japan Headquarter Offices at Olinas Tower by Garde, Tokyo – Japan

August 1st, 2018

The Club is the second environment where occupants or visitors on the specific floor meet. Clubs are located at the immediate entrances from the elevator hall. The Clubs are specifically designed to promote group activities, impromptu socializing, and act as a landmark to orient the associates.

Schüco Offices and Showroom by Thirdway Interiors, London – UK

August 1st, 2018

The monochrome colour pallet was purposely selected as a simple backdrop on which to showcase Schüco’s own products. The space is elegant and sleek in style, with contemporary lines softened by the use of texture and organic materials.

Leege office by Ramoprimo, Beijing – China

July 31st, 2018

The large partition panels that slide along the ceiling have been decorated with traditional Beijing bricks with contemporary patterns painted on top, as a reminder of both the heritage site where the building is located and the redefinition of the capital’s visual identity today. That, for example, is where the polka-dot pattern for the large storage unit along the entrance wall comes from.

Core Equity Holdings Offices by GREENARCH architecture+environment sprl, Brussels – Belgium

July 31st, 2018

To create a bright and airy workplace, Greenarch used a monochromatic palette that leverages the office’s natural light. In addition to the tonal neutral color, the interior designer incorporated bold black and white elements to make the space feel crisp and clean.

Guildford Business Park by o-negativ & TP Bennett, Guildford – UK

July 29th, 2018

O-negativ combined the masculinity of stained timber, copper and black metal with an injection of softer, feminine tones using silk, fabric and greenery to compose a perfect harmony. The living wall in a metal framed structure above the “capsule” copper reception desk brings freshness into the space and also serves as an artwork piece.

Tzorakoleuterakhs Constantine pharmacy by Lefteris Tsikandilakis, Heraklion – Greece

July 28th, 2018

UFO Space co-working space by, Canoas – Brazil

July 26th, 2018

Instead of being grouped tightly inside a gabion wall, as rocks usually are, the team decided to place the pieces in gravity-defying ways, suspending them in a sidereal layout – they’re hung one by one on steel cables. They also placed oddly rotated circular luminaires throughout, in order to create the illusion of actual unidentified objects flying above.