Archive for the ‘office & healthcare’ category

McLaren Health Care Corporate Headquarters by SmithGroupJJR & Pace Howe Design, Grand Blanc – Michigan

July 15th, 2018

The centerpiece of the building is a full-height atrium providing views to the landscape and daylight to the building’s public areas, serving as the vertical link that connects the café on the ground floor with the C-suite on the top floor.

Business Incubator by Amaa, Archena – Spain

July 12th, 2018

Avoiding discrimination, the building is a link between both urban and rural worlds. It gets closer to the village through the outer space that was designed as an extension of the building. There are shady and wooded areas to stay, where the occupants can expand. It invites people to travel in it. On the top, a grandstand directs the views to the rural world.

Rethink Group office by Interaction, Birmingham – UK

July 12th, 2018

Overall, the workplace now matches Rethink’s high quality of service. Not only will it facilitate better ways of working for the team, but it will help to attract new clients and talent. With Birmingham readily becoming “the fastest-improving city to live and work”, factors such as these can really help to future-proof businesses within the city.

Lens Magazine office by Trace Architecture Office, Beijing – China

July 11th, 2018

The towering walls of shelving are constructed from dark steel that complements the warehouse’s industrial character. The shelves are also intended to draw the eye up towards the roof structure and provide ample space for the reading material that is central to the magazine’s cultural identity.

Cushman & Wakefield Offices by Gensler, Atlanta – Georgia

July 11th, 2018

A highlight of the office, the innovation lab showcases Cushman and Wakefield’s latest research and industry trends by projecting data onto a glass wall. This highly visible area showcases the latest propriety research that gives them an edge on the industry.

Brunswick Offices by CannonDesign, Mettawa – Illinois

July 10th, 2018

The design promotes activity in its planning with circulation paths that establish neighborhoods, double as walking tracks, and connect staff to a wide array of spaces for collaboration and teamwork. Details throughout the space refer to Brunswick projects – a wall curves similar to a boat hull and materials are reflective of products with wood, steel, felt and slate defining composition.

Retail Fabrikken office, Haderslev – Denmark

July 10th, 2018

Notice the rough edges, the raw plastered walls and the old beams on the ceiling which forms a perfect contrast to the modern look of the steel wall cover. The steel wall-cover creates a perfect acoustic in the open work environment.

Rain of Light by Yuan Architects, Taipei – Taiwan

July 7th, 2018

The white panels snake and bend about to form the skin of the space, shaping its ceiling, walls, and shelves. Arching across the warm-toned walls, the panels carve out the different heights and layers of different spaces, all diffused under a soft glow to form a cohesive whole.

MARTINI Offices by Il prisma Milano srl, Milan – Italy

July 6th, 2018

The design and architecture of the space, conceived in a style that is extremely contemporary, provide for spaces dedicated to the MARTINI heritage, like the so called “time capsule”, that takes us back to the charm of the 60s, and we are reminded of the faces of the famous people that graced the TERRACE during that time period.

Incanto Offices phase two by IND architects, Moscow – Russia

July 5th, 2018

After the reception area, visitors enter the green oasis, everything was done for the maximum comfort of the visitor – two phyto walls form a green corner, comfortable armchairs and a small coffee table allow you to relax, here there is a plasma panel on which Incanto rollers are shown – beautiful camera work, Natural landscapes and beautiful girls, demonstrating the models of the brand.

Shanghai Baoye Center Interior by LYCS Architecture, Shanghai – China

July 4th, 2018

The use of transparent glass and glass terrace, green plants on both sides of the atrium and sunlight from the top of the triangular grid, which together create a vibrant outdoor feeling in the interior.

Buying House Office by Zero Inch, Dhaka – Bangladesh

July 4th, 2018

As for the design itself, we used a neutral base palette with white and wooden brown as dominant shades. This delivers a sense of place and makes the space visually soothing. Certain areas like the meeting room, director’s room, and reception are slightly elevated to break the monotony of space layout.

Zhongshan Road CoWorking Space by VARY DESIGN, Chongqing – China

July 3rd, 2018

Two complementary pavilions are inserted into the office, strategically placed to formulate the center of attention. These pavilions and the working space around form a dialogue between the “performer and spectator”. Sectionally, these two contrasting types of offices are placed in close proximity to one another so that users can easily switch between them.

Talking Data office by Ujing INTERIOR DESIGN, Beijing – China

July 3rd, 2018

In order to reflect the overall bright feeling, the designer chooses the light wood color, the contrasting color of blue to balance the whole color of the space, and give a more passionate and energetic feeling to the working space.

Dplus Global Offices by Shenzhen Yixiang Space Design, Guangzhou – China

June 30th, 2018

The two big pillars from the original structure didn’t create difficulty, but opportunities for the design. The whole space strived to create a “light” feeling. Geometric figures and small top lights form an exceptional ceiling.

Garage Museum headquarters by Form Bureau, Moscow – Russia

June 29th, 2018

The rough texture of the walls is juxtaposed with the clean lines and contemporary colours of the furniture and fittings. Opening and closing the space at once, islands of desks are left in the open to encourage communication and collaboration, while private office spaces and formal meeting areas are delineated with glass walls and wooden frames.

Suffolk Construction Offices by Steinberg Hart, San Francisco – California

June 29th, 2018

The crisp red hue and bold enveloping gesture of the “loop”—accented by glowing halo lighting fixtures and casual, flexible seating—serve the dual purpose of announcing the entry while providing a zone for intensified collaboration. In addition to the use of Suffolk’s signature red color, brand-driven graphics and messaging are subtly interwoven throughout the space.

Compass Offices by Vocon, New York City

June 28th, 2018

The work cafe Vocon designed for Compass welcomes employees to provide a space to host activities. Vocon included movable furniture, private booths, a game room + rejuvenation lounge, and full AV equipment for presentations. Vocoon thus created smaller coffee hubs strategically located near the interconnecting stairway, to provide employees with more and more space for huddle rooms and private spaces.

Basix Headquarters by Axelrod Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 27th, 2018

There is no definition of doors separate from glass partitions, and there is no unambiguous definition of openings. The partitioning elements slide across the polished concrete floor, exposing and concealing workspaces as needed and providing a changing outlook onto the skyline view outside, blurring the lines between public space, offices and balcony.

Trenco Tropigas offices by AEI Arquitectura e Interiores, Panama City – Panama

June 26th, 2018

Energy is represented in Trenco’s offices, through a ribbon, which travels around the whole space allowing access to each of the floors. The ribbons connects people who are working in different spaces, brings them closer and reminds them that together as a unit are when the best results are obtained.