CREATIVE OFFICES! REPUBLIC office by atelierarchitects, Budapest

December 13th, 2012 by retail design blog

This competition was to design the office for a creative advertisement company. We focused on the alternation of the operative and creative processes that this work requires. Our aim was to create a certain separate togetherness, where all colleagues can create and identify their own creative spaces, depending on their will to be separated. We placed a stable structure in every office space, and contrarily to that we designed the creative and variable spaces as well.

Our design shows on the parquet the changeable functions and spaces. Originally the firm’s color is red, so we added the color blue to refresh the look. We chose patio-like, or natural, or outdoor kind of furniture, quilted fabrics and felt materials. We designed a concertina-like wall, that can be used as separation, if needed. Interior Design Competition – III. prize, 2010.

Designed by atelierarchitects
Design team: Zsuzsanna Kiss-Gál, Gergely Kiss-Gál, Péter Debreczeni, Margó Petró





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