The space now boasts concrete floors, exposed ceilings, and a moody palette with copper and gloss highlights. Staying true to the client’s wishes – to see lots of black – the space looks sleek and sophisticated, with the kitchen even evoking nightclub vibes.
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The design inspiration evolved from the aim of introducing that colorful eclectic low-tech outside environment into the 24th floor where Palo Alto, one of the world’s most innovative companies, is located. As the design team, we imported characteristic elements from the outside environment, filtered them into a design vocabulary and gave them different uses.
The construction and decoration of the commercial office for the security outsourcing company G4S was based on the dynamic of the brand, its character and its close association with technology. Our aim was to highlight the existing strong brand name that promotes the space, products and services through our futuristic design.
Architect Kreg Norgaard was challenged to design and build an office suitable for a growing online auto magazine. With a very tight budget Kreg utilized a local CNC fabrication shop (whom also happens to be Kreg’s brother) to build walnut panel walls, rolling space dividers with storage, branding wall, conference table and shelves that hang from the plywood creating endless office arrangements.
Concept of blank sheet is the main idea of the interior. Basically, it could be transformed to everything: picture, page of a great book or became something totally new. Our blank sheet transformed into multifunctional auditorium and design studio office. The heart of the office is the white cubical meeting room – the gateway between two zones.
BP wanted their offices to reflect the changing climate of their company. They wanted to attract a younger professional workforce with a non-corporate atmosphere that was unlike anything they had worked in before — not stuffy and slick. The goal was to create a showpiece that is comfortable to be in and a place that respects the patina and history of the building, which was a historic tax credit project.
“Although the rooms are for children, I didn’t want them to be childish because children of all different age groups will be staying in them,” said Myerscough. “I also wanted to create somewhere parents would be happy to spend time too. It was just about making a bedroom that you felt good to be in.”
The new office project was conceived according to the latest trends in workplaces taking into account transparency, integration and collaboration together with the need to have a smorgasbord of spaces for different types of tasks. The result is an avant-garde space in which modernity and tradition are perfectly combined.
This idea of marrying the past and future became the design inspiration behind ATG. In a renovated 80,000 sf warehouse space, engineers will be envisioning, designing and building a city for the future. Every wire, part, and idea forged within these walls will be an artifact of that future. Uber envisioned this space as a cathedral to the values of industry—hard work, dedication, creativity.