Posts Tagged ‘Headquarters’

Coca-Cola Hellenic headquarters by Stirixis Group, Athens

April 26th, 2013

The overall outcome in the offices is a modern, open-space scheme, with a functional structure, that reinforces the collaboration and communication among employees, whereas at the same time it enhances self-concentration.

Kellogg’s headquarters by 3g office, Madrid

April 25th, 2013

Great care was taken in the detail design and circulation areas in terms of size and complexity, creating a dynamic environment that fosters the relationship between employees.

Monitise headquarters by Morgan Lovell, London

April 21st, 2013

The office’s style was fashioned after that of a boutique hotel and uses fabrics, furniture, carpeting, and colors throughout to acheive the look. This is seen best through the sleek lobby space and and various meeting spaces. A central atrium gives the office’s multi-level floorplate unity as well as natural lighting in those hard to reach places.

Statoil headquarters by a-lab, Fornebu – Norway

April 16th, 2013

A-lab’s innovative concept was inspired by construction techniques that are well known in the petroleum industry. Five three-storey lamellas of identical size were stacked; each is designed with a high degree of flexibility that would ensure the workspaces could easily be adapted to changing future needs.

CTAC headquarters by M+R Interior Architecture, Hertogenbosch – Netherlands

April 15th, 2013

For the new office building on the A2, M+R designed an innovative working environment tailored to this need for informal and business meetings and flexible working. Most of the interior is taken up by a grand café, an eating and working café, conference rooms and team rooms.

Vodafone Headquarters by OCS Workplaces, Amsterdam

February 13th, 2013

Vodafone Headquarters by OCS Workplaces, Amsterdam

FEDA Headquarters by Cor & Asociados, Albacete – Spain

February 12th, 2013


We tried to create a friendly relationship with the user. The small vegetation organizes the access. Its materiality, temperature, resonance … even the opening speed of the automatic doors, make the user subtly feel that he has entered into an attenuated area.

Chandelier at Bloomberg London Headquarters by Marques & Jordy

January 22nd, 2013

Handmade with Recycled computer cables from Bloomberg office with LED lighting – 12000mm x 6000mm – A London Bloomberg commission. Like a floating thinking Cloud, the sculpture was made with 2000meters of waste computer cables from Bloomberg London Headquarters.

BGO Headquarters by Byn, Shanghai

January 21st, 2013

The concrete columns and roof-beams of the original structure were kept visible – bearing all traces of their past – and combined with warmer materials, including the wood on the floor and the black denim covering the outer skin of the mezzanine – an implicit reference to the brand’s identity.

Pinkeye’s headquarters, Antwerp

January 17th, 2013

The central element in the design of the 600-square-metre space is a dividing wall that runs the length of the work space. Clad in diagonally framed wooden beams, the wall’s interplay of lines creates structure and atmosphere, providing a framework that accommodates several more intimate spaces.

DnB NOR headquarters by MVRDV, Oslo

December 14th, 2012

The objective was to translate the social and democratic character of the organisation into a building with excellent working conditions and spatial qualities. The structure is conceived as a steel ‘rack’ which permits adaptation to the flexible nature of the organisation.

Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy Headquarters by Area Sq, London

December 6th, 2012

The office space conveys a quality yet understated feel where products can be displayed throughout the office. The minimalist reception area was designed to accommodate the LVMH brands and reflect the company’s elegant and sophisticated image. The 150 people office also comprises a break-out area, meeting and training rooms used to train the Beauty Consultant teams.

SunPower Corporate Headquarters by Valerio Dewalt Train, San Jose – California

December 4th, 2012

Large wall graphics featuring the company’s brand and photovoltaic cell installations from around the world were designed and installed in more than 50 conference rooms, the lobby, several break rooms and training areas.

Method headquarters by Garcia Tamjidi, San Francisco

November 29th, 2012

North American headquarters of the retail pioneers in environmentally sensitive domestic cleaning products. The open office design enhances communication and promotes teamwork for greater productivity.

Terra headquarters by Scenario Interior Architects, Oslo

November 26th, 2012

Terra headquarters by Scenario Interior Architects, Oslo

Fossil headquarters by Corgan Associates, Richardson – Texas

November 20th, 2012

In keeping with the brand identity of the company, the ‘vintage modern’ styling of the space comes out in the use of materials like cement, exposed steel, reclaimed wood and exposed brick.

Concrete Headquarters by Concrete, Amsterdam

November 17th, 2012

A bright, young space containing functional and personal design interventions, a communal kitchen space for their bi-monthly lunches, two meeting rooms, one formal for clients and the other geared towards brainstorming and socializing on comfortable sofas.

Macquarie Group headquarters by Clive Wilkinson Architects, Sydney

November 15th, 2012

Variously sized meeting and board rooms are distributed around the central atrium in the form of radically cantilevering pods. Large expanses of glass, minimal partitions, and airy workspaces maximize connectivity amongst workers.

Swarovski UK Headquarters by M Moser Associates, London

November 5th, 2012

The finished office occupies one-half of a floor plate, wrapping partly around the building’s service core and atrium. The reception area is both open and visible from outside through the atrium’s glass walls, its boundaries loosely demarcated by two curvaceous, enclosed ‘islands’ accommodating a luggage/cloakroom and a pantry.

21 Cake Headquarters by People’s Architecture Office, Beijing

October 29th, 2012

The design for the headquarters of 21 Cake, a popular gourmet cake franchise, relies on the interaction of the three primary colors: red, yellow and blue. Selected walls of the office, namely those along circulation areas, are made of laminated colored glass. These glass panels are ‘layered’ to create a full spectrum of changing colors.