Posts Tagged ‘open space’

Kitzig Interior Design office, Munich – Germany

June 9th, 2018

The elegant and comfortable lounge area can be used for informal meet¬ing situations and as co-working space. Work processes are systemized and organized due to the zoning of the office area.

Reebok Headquarters by Gensler, Boston – Massachusetts

June 8th, 2018

The 100% open, group dedicated workplace seating fosters cross-discipline interaction and employee engagement. In addition to the workplace, space features a retail store, design lab, work cafe and two-story gym. The holistic environment supports Reebok’s commitment to physical, psychological and social well-being.

Software sources office by Alter architects, Ra’anana – Israel

April 12th, 2018

We tried to balance the design between a modern, industrial to a cozy and friendly environment. Since we decided to create an open space, it was very important to handle the acoustics. We used a wooden ceiling to absorb the sound waves in the working space. we also designed a unique panel that was placed between the work stations and served as an acoustic element on which the motto of the company was written.

Gaga Chef restaurant by Coordination Asia, Shenzhen – China

March 22nd, 2018

An installation billows along the ceiling, emulating steam that seems to have escaped from the large, open kitchen pass-through. The effervescent design of the main dining room is reinforced through the use of elements qualified for their curvature.

Inlay Workshop of UABB by Studio10, Shenzhen – China

March 17th, 2018

Though small in scale and looks plain, the factory is almost a paradigm of those most typical, commonly-seen ones in the Urban Villages – the deteriorated mosaic-finished exterior wall, temporary addition enclosed with corrugated metal panels, enamel wall-mounted factory lamp, steel roll-up door and so on are all specific to its time and typology.

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.

DESIGN AD4M office by DESIGN AD4M, Seoul – South Korea

March 4th, 2018

The colors of black and grey make the space feel simple and cool. We focused on creating a warm and pleasant working environment for our employees by using trees and lights.

Kingsmen Office by Kingsmen Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

February 25th, 2018

Traditional pattern tiles, representing the old roots, are fused into the flooring of ‘factory’, showing the circulation throughout the office. And thus, with the futuristic ceiling above lightening up and traditional flooring showing the way, the philosophy is integrated the workplace: ‘Aims for the future ahead but still keep the old remembrances in mind’.

Hello bank! by Cetelem by CAPEXUS, Prague – Czech Republic

February 17th, 2018

It wants to change the traditional concept of bank branches. During the day, it will serve as a client centre, and in the evenings it will host cultural events, exhibitions, workshops and lectures.

‘Wichcraft restaurant by Mapos, New York – USA

October 16th, 2017

Shortly after the Tribeca Opening, ’wichcraft asked Mapos to apply their new concept to a flagship location in New York’s historic Garment District on 38th Street and Broadway.

Blackbaud offices by Fusion Design Consultants, Cambridge – Massachusetts

August 30th, 2016

The suite was designed to maximize the atrium and exterior views, and to create an open and vibrant workspace for all employees. The centerpiece of the suite is the café.

Kyobo book center & hottracks by WGNB, Busan – South Korea

July 25th, 2016

Designer chose Agora, a plaza formed in polis ancient Greek city state, as a motive of this space. Agora is the day was plaza, marketplace, place with storytelling, and such a space where people discussed about politics, economy and society freely. Consequently, it was a space of daily life forming culture in it, and the designer plans to create such a space at this project.

Sabre Travel Network Offices by Auerbach Halevy Architects, Tel Aviv – Israel

June 30th, 2016

On top of the interior and furniture design, all of the graphic elements were also designed in-house. The main graphic element is a 30-meter long poster which encompasses the work space, designed in the colorful, cheerful and international spirit of Sabre.

Energoprom Offices by IND Office, Moscow – Russia

April 21st, 2016

Street art is expressed not only in graffiti and the color score of the office, but in ingenious details too. For instance, lighting in the kitchen is provided by lamps in the shape of the iconic Campbell’s soup cans.

Paysafe developers office by Cache atelier, Sofia – Bulgaria

April 5th, 2016

Team units are modeled by movable acoustic screens and shelfs creating a semi-open space. Each team area is consisted of a workstations zone and a creative area for standup meetings.

Drees & Sommer offices by seel bobsin partner, Hamburg – Germany

March 24th, 2016

Zenit Bank office by ABD architects, Moscow – Russia

March 10th, 2016

We were able to combine design with practicality: the chosen form of the ceiling enchanted the acoustics, dispersing and absorbing the sound. The monochrome grey-white palette was enlivened with light wood, warm colors and corporate turquoise.

JM0 open-space by FUSO atelier d’architectures, Saint-Ouen – France

March 7th, 2016

Favoring a playful and warm atmosphere, offices and meeting rooms are made of structural wooden panels. Prefabrication through digital machining of these elements enabled rapid implementation on site without the need for lifting equipment.

Houzz offices by NG-Interior Design, Tel Aviv – Israel

March 1st, 2016

Like the company’s website, its offices are also divided into conference rooms designed as rooms in a house, and in all of them, the focus is on the comfort of the employees and the home-like atmosphere that underlies the nature of the company and its business.

Dentsu Office by Praxis, Bangalore – India

January 6th, 2016



A corporate interior project on Richmond Road, Bangalore for Dentsu, a worldwide ad agency headquartered in Tokyo.