Posts Tagged ‘office’

Espace CDPQ Offices by Lemay, Montreal – Canada

May 8th, 2018

A vertical, wood-panelled element connects the two levels in an organic fashion. Its central placement evokes a tree whose vast canopy shelters the laneway. The lustrous finish of this white canopy diffuses daylight, while artificial lighting is deployed like clotheslines across an alleyway. The fixtures follow the lines of the ceiling, which itself is designed to look like an inverted landscape.

Agoria Tech Lounge Offices by Global Workspaces, Brussels – Belgium

May 5th, 2018

Creation of multiple differentiates spaces on one level, offering various working dynamics, going from collective workspaces, toward individual workplaces, meeting points, meeting and training: open space, cockpit, bubbles, food-truck, exhibition area / showroom, arena, London phone booth, coffee-lounge with fireplace, etc.

DWA NBD Studio by Dan Webster Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The building (circa early 1900’s) has a colorful history of many forms of retail and industry, which attributed to its industrial canvas. Simone’s soft approach to furniture selection and styling effortlessly compliments the vision. The rich features and textures, combined with the exposed beams, brickwork and greenery, provide a space that is light, harmonious and a gift to creativity.

Agilyx Offices by PMG Group, Sydney – Australia

May 4th, 2018

The boardroom stands as a clear cube allowing visitors and staff to connect. The neoteric design connects the phenomenal sandstone wall, timber ceiling, LED logo and glass to create a sensational synthesis of the suburb’s heritage and the Agilyx culture with technology at its core.

UNBOX Offices by Swiss Bureau Interior Design, Dubai – UAE

May 3rd, 2018

Using hues of blue and turquoise with neutral greys and white, the office feels light and fresh, inviting and energizing. The carpet is a strong element with geometrical patterns taking precedence as it is combined with playful shades of light blue. The motivational and inspirational graphics on the walls allow of a relaxed environment where work and collaboration are always celebrated and encouraged.

Toy’s Factory office by Schemata Architects, Tokyo – Japan

May 3rd, 2018

These spaces loosely connect with each other and form a continuous open space around the central core, where one feels the light and city vibrancy everywhere. The floor level of this continuous space is highest at the executive room and artists room, which gradually descends to the lowest point at the entrance space and office on the south side.

Wola Park Coworking Offices by Mocolocco, Warsaw – Poland

May 1st, 2018

The solutions for wall designs are differentiated – large format ceramic tiles in pale grey are suggested for pilasters and light panels finished with natural greenery are recommended for existing glazing.

Figamma Offices, Bogotá – Colombia

May 1st, 2018

The entrance has a direct focal point of the logo, taupe and grey colors on niche in the waiting area, and big leaf plants and white stones to incorporate a natural element. The flooring throughout the office is a dark grey color carpet with accents of blue for dynamism and pattern.

Bloom Design Studio, Shenzhen – China

April 30th, 2018

The red brick wall extends to the corridor, where the design elements that have been used in the past projects are neatly displayed on the display stand, telling the stories of each project. All kinds of lush plants indoor are echoed with green trees outdoors, bird tweet can be heard occasionally.

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Offices by Circa ia, Hong Kong

April 30th, 2018

Approximately developed a series of connection rooms with walls that could be folded away; therefore, creating a large social space when needed but multi-functional. For the design theme, the construction law focus became our inspiration, mixing indoor and outdoor space design. Particular care was taken in the lift lobby.

Re:Sources/Publicis Groupe Offices by VOX Architects, Moscow – Russia

April 28th, 2018

Gold bar hovering in the rising sun clouds — became the central element of the design of the whole office. The central element is the reception desk in the form of a gold ingot of 999 samples. Stylized lamps with a soft matte light resemble small clouds — the same theme can be traced in the drawings on the walls.

GVC Office by Cache atelier, Sofia – Bulgaria

April 26th, 2018

The combination of calm working environment and accent colours goes together with large typography design inspired by the corporate value of GVC. All meeting rooms can be fully transparent or transformed into more intimate and secluded spaces as curtains in various colours surrounds each of them, serving both as an acoustic element and scenery changer of the office space.

SR Collective Coworking Offices by Scott Rice, Kansas City – Missouri

April 26th, 2018

Featuring six office suites, a large co-working area, meeting rooms, common areas, privacy nooks and a shared work cafe, the lower level has been transformed from a simple basement to a true poster child for the latest in flexible office space.

SEEK Asia headquarters by Steven Leach Group & ISG, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

April 25th, 2018

Spanning an area of 61,000 sq ft across four levels, the works included the delivery of an open plan office designed to maximise daylight exposure throughout the space, 26 meeting areas built with a high standard of acoustic performance in mind, a main reception, business lounge and a café with an adjacent meeting suite.

Confidential Pharmaceutical Company by The Design Group, Warsaw – Poland

April 25th, 2018

A considerable number of veneered elements harmonizes perfectly well with the Scandinavian style of furniture and subdued, pastel colors. The whole creates a delicate, cozy interior referring to a home character.

Candlefox Offices by Tom Robertson Architects, Melbourne – Australia

April 24th, 2018

Accommodating around a twenty person staff, the space has been brought back to life with a range of work spaces, meeting rooms and and striking meandering garden. Now full of light and space, Candlefox HQ is a delight to work in. The goal of the project was to provide lots of light, develop bold identity in representation of the brand, and create a fun and flexible space fit for an individual or group of people.

Gloria JD R&D Center by feeling Design, Guangzhou – China

April 23rd, 2018

The lighting was cut in an angle of 45°, and now it connects each functional space and extends to the vertical surfaces, and the shadow which seems to be projected from the ceiling in discussion area is a kind of such extension. As a core of the design, the ceiling has gray and white colors.

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.

BOX100 office by Yiduan Shanghai Interior Design, Nanchang – China

April 22nd, 2018

The rectangular desks are randomly placed in the space, some are scattered in the office, and some are piled up in the meeting area. They seem like modular matchboxes that can be assembled freely, which change the stereotyped impression of a rigid office. The irregular black and the original wood color of the table are matched with each other very well, and the steel grids not only filter the dazzling sunlight, but also the impetuousness, and only leave behind the deep and endless inspiration and wisdom.

Terratinta Ceramiche headquarter & showroom by Enrico Bergamini, Modena – Italy

April 20th, 2018

The wooden elements improve the ambient acoustic performances. They are easily removable, making the workspaces and the shared areas more adaptable in time. The furnishings are an essential part of the entire design. They are custom elements designed to improve the relations among users. The big desks in the open spaces, for example, allow the users to work together keeping the independence of every workstation.