Posts Tagged ‘employees’

Green Box by Muxin Studio, Shanghai – China

May 21st, 2018

First, we define the identity of the two elements through the difference of materials: the original color of wood constitutes the main tone of the rest space, and the white paint and veneer are a symbol of the symbol of the working space. Therefore, the tension and interpenetration of the two spatial characteristics are most intuitively manifested in the connection and collocation between material and tonal.

Grosvenor office by Bean Buro, Hong Kong

May 17th, 2018

The conceptual narrative has driven the design with a series of unique joinery elements, such as the work clusters installed with distinctive circular acoustic panels at each table end, as well as the rounded edging details of the tables in the meeting areas.

Philip Morris Offices by Setter Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

April 23rd, 2018

In a world where the new tends to overcome the old, our objective was to put together a balance between the two. We did so by using interesting materials that combine both worlds – natural materials with a palette of strong colors, wood and metal, vintage and high-tech, functionality and fun.

Take-Two Interactive Software Offices by Design Republic, New York City

April 18th, 2018

This was achieved by fusing the creative culture of downtown with the polished sophistication of midtown, exposing architectural elements and complimenting them with curated gallery-like moments. The sophistication of clean, crisp design elements juxtaposed with the exposed columns and concrete panels represent not only the brand but its employees.

Slack Toronto Office by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design, Toronto – Canada

April 16th, 2018

Throughout, vibrantly colored acoustic wall paneling matches textured carpeting and distinctive furniture pieces. The angular light fixtures appear to thread through the ceiling, knitting workspaces, and meeting rooms together. The large communal cafe picks up on the linear theme again with its white and wood diagonal slat finish.

Onet Offices by Mocolocco, Kraków – Poland

April 13th, 2018

Wanting to emphasize the modernity and energy of the company, in which a large part of the employees are young people, each of the floors is characterized by intense color of the walls – referring to various elements.

L’Oréal Divisions Sélectives Offices by Maison Sarah Lavoine & Mobilitis, Paris – France

April 12th, 2018

Acoustic was a major concern. Every acoustic product has been specially designed for the project. Whether for screens, hanging panels or curtains in meeting rooms, Cider adapted the demands of Sarah Lavoine and L’Oréal to stick to their requirements and ensure the project a unique softness and ergonomic comfort. Forty acoustic alcoves of different heights, from powdery pink to green water, punctuate the open-space floors.

Coneon GmbH Offices, Herborn – Germany

April 8th, 2018

The first step of the renovation was to pull down walls and install glass partitions. The suspended ceiling grid was converted into an open ceiling, which gave it an industrial look. Paths were created with a concrete structure and the warm wooden colours of the furniture were combined with a fresh green tone to give the space a light, inviting feel.

Cuningham Group Architecture Offices, Las Vegas – Nevada

April 4th, 2018

At the office entry, an eye-catching custom Mojave-layered ceiling feature provides a subtle connection to nature and the sedimentary beauty of the desert. Playful lighting such as a lobby feature wall and neon signage – both using LED technology – reflect the vernacular of the entertainment-centered city.

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“.

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.

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.

Money Design Co. office by BROOK-inc, Tokyo – Japan

March 15th, 2018

By giving the sense of unity linearly in a narrow space, it became a healthy space that made it possible to tighten the space, to spread, to make it feel efficient and cramped. Also, by being able to appeal to the outside with a clear free space, it became an office where you can expect relationships not only inside the company but also outside.

Substantial HQ by goCstudio, Seattle – Washington

March 14th, 2018

The existing hardwood roof decking, exposed beams and brick are highlighted through the simple and clear palette of materials that are applied to the new spaces in the center of the plan. A large new skylight effectively drops natural light into the deep plan and provides a focal point for interaction between employees, clients and visitors alike.

Leo Burnett lobby by Arc Worldwide, Chicago – Illinois

March 9th, 2018

The design features a series of “living rooms” offering a variety of comfortable seating from communal tables to sofas and oversized chairs, semi-private booths and closed door conference rooms. There is something for everyone. The main area is outfitted with ample places to plug in and digital screens for projection.

Sentinal One Offices by Ron Grinberg Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

March 5th, 2018

The design language is derived from loft and home design so to give the employees the secure and warm feeling of home and a varied surroundings that will inspire their work and achievements.

OLX Group offices by Pixers Business, Poznań – Poland

March 5th, 2018

Although each zone has its own unique style, they have many common features. In each of them we will find original graphics with the values of the OLX Group, illustrated with portraits and quotes of famous characters. One cannot miss the coherent design concept of the conference rooms and meeting rooms. They were given the names of the cities where the OLX Group offices are located.

HomeAway Offices by OSCA, Singapore

July 24th, 2017

A “Bar Styled” conference space with high stool at table setting (talk about work meets play). A homely “living room” discussion space with comfortable lounge furniture for causal discussions. We created a “bean bags room” where it is even more causal with dozens of beanbags to hug!

ClubMed office by Diego Fuertes & 100architects, Shanghai – China

July 17th, 2017

To create this illusion, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overheads, looping around the lobby defining different mini-areas within the lobby area.

MOI Offices by Gensler, Washington DC

July 13th, 2017

The warm colors of orange, yellow, and pink are used in collaborative areas while the blue comes in as a neutral in the work areas. The wood ceiling feature was inspired by the train tracks and works as a wayfinding device unifying the space.