Archive for the ‘office’ category

NBBJ offices, San Francisco

June 24th, 2013

With the new office came the opportunity to implement a more flexible environment. NBBJ chose to provide staff with a variety of activity-based work spaces like collaboration bars, small and large meeting rooms, and unassigned hot zone seating in addition to their open-plan workstations. The variety of spaces allow for both individual work and quick collaborative efforts.

Eni offices by Hassell, Perth – Australia

June 21st, 2013

With lots of bright light and colorful accents, the offices of Eni have a number of meeting rooms, conference spaces, communications rooms, as well as a couple cafes and a mail room.

Doom&Dickson office by Tank, Amsterdam

June 20th, 2013

Doom&Dickson office by Tank, Amsterdam

Actiu showroom, Sydney

June 19th, 2013

Our new space has a surface area of 291 square meters, showcasing our latest product innovations for the modern working environment, brand philosophies, and environmental initiatives. This space is also designed to be use as a meeting place to network with industry groups, promote business opportunities, and events linked to both local and European entities for the Asia Pacific Region.

Jimenez Arquitectos office, Santiago – Chile

June 18th, 2013

Jimenez Arquitectos office, Santiago – Chile

Nefa Research office, Moscow

June 17th, 2013

Office of architectural studio Nefa Research is situated in the building of former factory “Flakon” in Moscow and is formed by geometric multi-level construction. The idea of industrial office with unusual structured space was created by Nefa Research. Most of the furniture was made from architects’ sketches.

Avon Executive Suites by Spacesmith, New York

June 16th, 2013

The design is light and open allowing views out and daylight in through glass walls and open vistas. A clean, modern luxury permeates the space. Hand cast, resin, feature walls delineate public and private zones.

Google Ireland office by Camenzind Evolution, Dublin

June 15th, 2013

Google Ireland opens the doors to its thriving new campus: Four buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district! With over 47’000 m2 of unique office space, the campus represents an amazing workplace for Google’s ever growing sales, marketing, finance and engineering teams, coming from more than 65 countries and speaking over 45 languages.

CJIB offices by TEAM 4 Architecten, Leeuwarden – Netherlands

June 14th, 2013

The spaces vary in size and design. The multipurpose room can be refurnished within minutes to the needs of the activity. This creates, with respect to the architectural design, an interior in which the employees can feel at home and a work together in a flexible matter.

Casa REX office by FGMF Arquitetos, São Paulo – Brazil

June 13th, 2013

In the reception and meeting area, we made an extensive demolition: we created a two-story high ceiling, destroyed the floor and removed every plaster of the original walls, in a form of “architectural archaeology”. Inside this space with a demolished aspect, we created a pure, clean, white path leading the visitor to the two meeting rooms – entirely white blocks inside those ruins.

TAOA Studio by Tao Lei Architecture Studio, Beijing

June 12th, 2013

Office is designed as a large open space, there is no room to make a rigid partition, work area, conference area, lounge and reception area. There is a huge wood shelves as space defined, a transparent large office bookcase trying to create a free and open work space, making it with happiness, equality, open working atmosphere.

Wonen Limburg HQ by studiomfd, Roermond – Netherlands

June 11th, 2013

Wonen Limburg HQ by studiomfd, Roermond – Netherlands

Maison NW by Nathalie Wolberg, Saint-Ouen – France

June 10th, 2013

Maison NW, the home and work studio of architect Nathalie Wolberg, is treated as a laboratory to test out new devices and new environments on a daily basis. Taking into account the individual from the conception of the project allows a different approach on the topology of domestic space.

Rituals Cosmetics office by M+R Interior Architecture, Amsterdam

June 10th, 2013

In close cooperation with the styling department of Rituals, M+R created a new phase of the corporate identity of Rituals by using wood and stone elements. The new head office of Rituals is located on two floors, for a better connection M+R designed and integrated an organic staircase of metal, steel and glass.

Instagram office by Geremia

June 8th, 2013

Instagram office by Lauren Geremia

Orange call center by 3g Office, Oviedo – Spain

June 5th, 2013

The new platform of Orange is located in a 5,000 square meter building that houses 800 workers in the industrial park Holy Spirit, in Oviedo. In just four months, 3g office had completed the work, adapted the existing building reusing part of the infrastructure and equipped it with the more efficient lighting systems and facilities.

Delin Boiler Room by Stack + Co., Pawtucket – Rhode Island

June 4th, 2013

The former boiler room of the Lebanon Mills jewelry manufacturing complex in Pawtucket, RI is transformed into a sleek, modern graphic design office and private residence. The space – featuring 30′ high ceilings and the remnants of the original boiler room configuration – required a visionary approach, and the final product is a vision of spare, minimalist elegance.

Büro Miami’s Coworking Space by Tamara Feldman & Studio X Architects, Miami

June 3rd, 2013

The office is roughly 10,000 square feet and is located in the trendy neighborhood of Sunset Harbour in South Beach. The office currently features 33 private offices, 40 open desks, and various long communal work tables. It is very modern-chic with lots of open space and natural light.

s. Oliver Headquarters by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten, Rottendorf – Germany

June 2nd, 2013

The vertical access via a spectacular oval staircase with open galleries is the focal point of the building. Colored furniture serves as an eye catcher and highlights the informal meeting points. In line with the way the building is structured, different finishes such as stone, wood and fabric are used.

X-TU Architects office, Paris

June 1st, 2013

The layered intervention is a living catalogue of characteristics inherent in their projects. Designers can draw inspiration for their work from their immediate surroundings of custom-designed work stations, book shelves, and conference rooms.