Momkai Design Studio, Amsterdam

April 6th, 2013 by retail design blog

Digital creative agency Momkai has an open and bright design studio for their Amsterdam-based team. The space has a nice balance of materials like wood, brick, and cement, which create a comfortable but modern office space.

Workstations are located in a long hall separated by bookshelves and split into groups of four. Because of the spacing, the 18 employees are not overwhelmed by one another, but instead given enough space to breathe and several people nearby to collaborate with.

Natural light floods in through the exterior windows, which offer great views of the waterfront. And the numerous conference spaces are also available for meetings small and large. These rooms are enclosed using glass which allows the light on both side of the building to enter into the office.

Photography: Jeroen De Bakker





















http://officesnapshots.com/2013/03/19/momkais-amsterdam-design-studio/

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