Combiwerk offices by i29 & VMX, Delft – Netherlands

October 24th, 2012 by retail design blog

Developed in collaboration with VMX architects, the social workplace building is situated in Delft, where it contains 4000m2 of office spaces, a company restaurant, the career square, entrance ways and a lobby. Being a completely closed off, monolithic grey space, the infusion of color re-invigorates the central common grounds using ‘colorful islands’ to create a more vivid foundation for the areas designated for users with psychological or mental limitations.

By conceiving a new environment for people who generally are not fond of change, the transformation includes a collection of over 250 different second-hand wooden chairs for users to select their favorite seating.

Designed by i29 & VMX



























http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/9/view/24262/i29-interior-architects-on-their-social-01-project-in-delft.html

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