Archive for the ‘office’ category

Freenet Trading Center Campus by Preussisch Portugal, Hamburg – Germany

April 4th, 2018

The Hamburg based design company Preussisch Portugal has created an inspiring interior design concept based on the sights of the city: the spacy entrance area resembles the Hamburg Harbour and meetings rooms are based on different parts of the city like the famous red light district „St. Pauli“, the Hanseatic villa district of „Blankenese“, the trendy „Schanze“ and an extensive botanic garden called „Planten un Bloomen“.

BW Offices by KKS, London – UK

April 3rd, 2018

Upholding and reflecting BW’s brand and core values was an essential part of the design created by KKS, threading this through the entire interior architecture in a subtle integrated manner, deviating from the obvious and simplistic application of color.

Clifford Chance Offices by Circa ia, Hong Kong

April 2nd, 2018

It was decided each floor would move the break out area to the window line, & these were all placed off the staircase to increase opportunities for staff to meet, & to give a sense of activity within the workplace.

Mindtree Offices by CnT Architects, Bangalore – India

March 31st, 2018

Every office floor of the new building is ringed by double-height break-out spaces. These spaces serve as social magnets that build a sense of community in the workplace, provide relief to the pressures of work, and offer vantage points to enjoy the views, particularly of the adjacent lake and greenery.

Andritz Offices by GeoDesigns, New Delhi – India

March 30th, 2018

The office had been given an industrial as well as raw exposed feel by the use of concrete, wood and metal, incorporating elements of the nature of business of Andritz, i.e., hydro power generation, like the lighting fixture on the ceiling in the form of a hydro turbine.

Microsoft PacWest Offices by GGLO & Studio8 Architects, Bellevue – Washington

March 30th, 2018

The Employee Floor was designed around the notions of discovery and mobility with the work areas laid out organically into neighborhoods around the periphery of the floor. To create a hospitable environment central hubs were created in close proximity to everyone to allow for a space to relax, connect, communicate, and collaborate.

Shed #19 by Andrea Oliva Architetto, Reggio Emilia – Italy

March 29th, 2018

Thus, the building’s industrial heritage and historical significance is reclaimed while adjusting to contemporary requirements, turning a deteriorated area into a public space for the community and a site for relentless exploration of new ways of manufacturing.

iflix Offices by Swiss Bureau Interior Design, Dubai – UAE

March 29th, 2018

We created an industrial looking space, with an open ceiling, concrete flooring, a shipping container which houses the meeting rooms, and playful lighting features. In keeping with the budget at hand, we wanted to create something that is low cost but still looks cool and is practical.

e-Novia Offices by Il Prisma Milano srl, Milan – Italy

March 28th, 2018

The heart of the office is the common space formed by a glass courtyard, where the break area orbits divided by three zones: the library, the living room for informal meeting and the innovation boot camp, the place where ideas become prototypes. All these areas are dedicated to the employees well-being and are functional for sharing idea, information and learning.

Copperleaf Technologies Offices by SSDG Interiors, Vancouver – Canada

March 27th, 2018

The rawness of industry drove the selection of materials. The kitchen and social areas are built of unfinished plywood. The light plywood is contrasted by black accents representative of oil and earth, with accents of copper throughout.

LatinWorks Offices by Studio8 Architects, Austin – Texas

March 26th, 2018

Situating the reception near the connecting stair allowed for guests to be immediately surrounded by the creativity and collaboration of the agency. In addition to creating a dynamic impression for clients, the reception and screening room capitalized on the building’s views of downtown Austin.

NIKA Offices by OTJ Architects, Rockville – Maryland

March 26th, 2018

Among the many intriguing elements in the design are sports-themed huddle rooms, workstation clusters, a lounge, pantry, two bars, stadium seating, and a game room, strategically interspersed throughout the floorplan to enhance NIKA’s culture. Metal finishes juxtaposed against graffiti walls lend the space a decidedly urban flair.

Stradley Ronon Offices by Gensler, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

March 24th, 2018

An expansive reception area and flexible conference center allows the firm to provide a variety of meeting sizes and ample space for client and community engagement. The new café amenity has an upscale hospitality feel and is an oasis for staff, as well as a touch down space for guests.

Maletis Beverage Offices by Holst Architecture, Portland – Oregon

March 23rd, 2018

In the administrative offices, Knoll Antenna workstations, reclaimed wood feature walls, polished concrete floors, an exposed ceiling, and steel and glass conference room pods with sliding doors fit naturally with the building’s industrial use and the company’s down to earth and nostalgic, but industry-leading approach to their business.

Luxottica Group offices by space to be, Tel Aviv – Israel

March 23rd, 2018

The main lobby is warm and welcoming. It has two oval oak pillars, a grey epoxy floor, and oversized pebbles for seating, in grey, beige and sand colours (by SAMRIN). In the product showroom, a neutral white epoxy floor and white furniture were used in order to highlight Luxottica’s eyewear and product line.

The Brain Embassy headquarters by mode:lina, Warszawa – Poland

March 22nd, 2018

Visitors to The Brain Embassy in Warsaw’s Mokotów are, from the very entrance, led right through the entire interior by three-dimensional elements, inspired by neurons and synapses. Just like impulses pass through them in our brain, steel synapses constructions pass through several The Brain Embassy zones, and link innovative areas of this co-creating.

Hyatt Headquarters by Gensler, Chicago – Illinois

March 21st, 2018

Hyatt’s new headquarters, The Hyatt Hub, combines the best attributes of private offices — privacy, the ability to meet on-demand and a sense of ownership — with the best attributes of open plan environments — flexibility, camaraderie and lateral awareness — in a new model of workplace strategy.

YORK design+digital headquarter by studio NID, Uberlândia – Brazil

March 21st, 2018

Despite of the traditional layout, we are able to use materials, textures and elements that help us “to break them up” as the “conduletes” in external metals that surround the work benches. The shelf in painted iron is the highlight of the environment, in black it keeps the work books that are used in day-by- day routine, collection objects and products made by YORK.

Greenleaf Trust offices by TowerPinkster, Grand Rapids – Michigan

March 20th, 2018

TowerPinkster incorporated elements of the 1900 building’s natural character into the design with original timber framing, load bearing brick walls and exposed wood ceilings. Other features include a living plant wall in the entry, smart glass in office windows, and LED lighting.

The James Agency offices by Private Label International, Scottsdale – Arizona

March 20th, 2018

Industrial elements such as exposed ceilings and concrete floors and walls are complemented by modern finishes such as stylish metal light fixtures, streamlined transitional furniture, white herringbone tile, bright custom wall graphics and bold “TJA orange” accent walls, creating an edgy, contemporary vibe throughout.