Posts Tagged ‘office’

Uber Greenlight Hub Offices by Hot Black, Brisbane – Australia

June 7th, 2018

Flow and movement was very important for those that would interact with the space – the flow needed to be intuitive in it’s interpretation, which is why varying floor finishes helped to create delineation and a clear path of travel. Natural materials and greenery reflected the local Brisbane feel, and created a space that was calm and welcoming.

Beaulieu Keep by Navigation Suites, Chelmsford – UK

June 6th, 2018

Adding in a large bespoke lighting feature to the glass atrium, added warmth and intrigue into the space – complimenting the branding for the phase. Working into the interior, a palette of soft timber and textural wallpapers added an acoustic buffer within a large open space.

Beechwood Marketing Suite, Basildon – UK

June 5th, 2018

Breaking the architecture into thirds allowed the building to dictate how the visitors move around the space. A large glass divide splits the built apart, reaching from the floor up into the ceiling and covering the roof – showing the sky really is the limit.

Wavemaker Offices by Paperspace, Bangkok – Thailand

June 3rd, 2018

Taking name of the company “Wavemaker” as inspiration we create wave like ceiling feature which go thought reception and coffee bar area. Main branding colour; orange is almost hidden away on the edges of the walls and on meeting room’s ceiling. Implying angle of logo which represent wave into design features; walls, ceiling and pattern help tie all spaces together with one design language.

Infinity Spa by Space Popular, Bangkok – Thailand

June 1st, 2018

In order to transport the user into a relaxing and pleasurable abstract world, we strategically placed the emphasis on the nearly 20 custom-designed furniture pieces that are positioned against a muted background of whiteness.

AstraZeneca Offices by DM/AM Arquitetura, Cotia – Brazil

June 1st, 2018

Acoustic treatment and furnishing have been used to bring a whole new sensorial experience. Grandstand, conventional refectory tables, and casual furnishing creates a space that can be used from a simple coffee break or even a meeting with the whole team.

NDC Offices by Effisima Architects, Jakarta – Indonesia

May 31st, 2018

The dominant selection of bright colors, transparent materials and decorative greenery in the design are combined to gives the energetic, liveable and fresh feels to the working spaces so the peoples are more relaxed and naturally more focused to completed the task they given to. Modern and simple geometry shapes, dark tone colors, metals and wooden materials are used to gives the mature feels and emphasizes the formality of a working space.

SpotHero Offices by BOX Studios, Chicago – Illinois

May 30th, 2018

Transforming unique conditions, like an unused elevator lobby into a space for heads-down work, allowed the design team to address the challenge of the unique horseshoe shaped floor plate while still maintaining an open office layout. Social areas like the café and conferencing are integrated into the front of the space, creating a natural division for quieter zones in the open office.

SAP Innovation Center 2.0 by SCOPE, Potsdam – Germany

May 29th, 2018

The Innovation Center 2.0 is a special place for software development and a special place for SAP. On the outside, the new, four-story glass cube adapts with rotating balconies to the inventory and is characterized by its exciting concrete pillars structure with industrial character, which breaks the glass facade in numerous diagonals.

ViaSat Offices by Runa Workshop, Austin – Texas

May 29th, 2018

Physically, the space is characterized by a cascade of distinct, uncluttered work environments that employees are invited to switch between throughout the day. The design also embraces the industrial character of the space, with exposed concrete, pipes and ductwork, contrasted with warmer elements.

Office by O architecture, Beijing – China

May 28th, 2018

Bamboo is completely fixed together with screws using modern assembly methods and forms an overall system with structural functions. Using steel plates, wire curtains, and glass as ancillary materials, the entire spatial relationship is transformed into solid, translucent, transparent interspersed spaces.

Gindi Investments Office by Studio Yaron Tal, Tel Aviv – Israel

May 28th, 2018

Gindi Investments Office by Studio Yaron Tal, Tel Aviv – Israel

Sonic Union Studio by IOAD, New York City

May 26th, 2018

Renowned for her visionary and unconventional design, Ani–who also designed Sonic Union’s Union Square studio–rendered dimensional interconnectivity through a bold, origami-inspired functional finish. Its generous rooms house plentiful windows, crystal-esque wooden displays and workspaces for clients to inhabit before and after sessions, allowing creativity to flourish.

Reaktor headquarters by dSign Vertti Kivi & Co, Helsinki – Finland

May 24th, 2018

The design is based on the idea that, above all, the office must provide an inspiring environment for work, which is why it must be easy to adapt and modify it to meet various needs. The sixth floor can be entirely separated from the work spaces, thereby offering a venue for events and a more informal environment for the employees to enjoy, including two atmospheric saunas. The meeting rooms can be converted into a work space when not otherwise needed, and dividers can be used to transform the space according to what is needed.

Adidas Offices by Oarquitectos, Santiago – Chile

May 23rd, 2018

The football conference room has a unique curved bench inspired by a stadium that gives the room the ability to increase the number of people attending the meeting without altering the room with extra chairs. The lighting was specially designed and fabricated for the football concept.

Studio In2 office, Taipei City – Taiwan

May 23rd, 2018

By whitewashing the old wall, the mottled ceramic tiles and red brick walls are given a fresh face. This reminds users of the caring, respectful, and lasting relationship that they share with the old building.

Euronet office by The Design Group, Warsaw – Poland

May 22nd, 2018

In social zones, a combination of home atmosphere and minimalist modernity prevails. Owing to using natural materials, such as veneer or a green wall, the interior is taking on a friendly character.

MARK office by GRIP&Co., Tokyo – Japan

May 22nd, 2018

Modeled on the brick and steel plating architecture that is characteristic of Tokyo’s Tsukiji district, we proposed constructing a space that utilizes patterned tiles and copper sheeting that recreates an interior reminiscent of the familiar Tsukiji surrounds.

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.

People Scout TrueBlue Company office by The Design Group, Kraków – Poland

May 21st, 2018

An elegant, industrial interior with golden and blue elements creates an unconventional working climate. Modern classical wall casings twining the office walls make that the interior becomes cosier and at the same time more stately.