Archive for the ‘office & healthcare’ category

HUB 4.0 office by Nika Vorotyntseva, Kiev – Ukraine

March 29th, 2016

Coffee-points, windowsills-benches with soft cushions, a lounge area in a shape of amphitheater may serve as for a work, communication, and for making presentations, parties or lectures.

EY offices by Fokkema & Partners, Utrecht – Netherlands

March 28th, 2016

John Brown Media offices by Inhouse Brand Architects, Cape Town – South Africa

March 27th, 2016

Beyond the kitchen and dining area lies a lounge area or indoor ‘campsite’. The ‘campsite’ is kitted out with faux grass, picnic-like seating, timber plant boxes and canary yellow wooden tree-trunks.

Media Plaza 2.0 auditorium, Utrecht – Netherlands

March 27th, 2016

By reducing the amount of visibly distracting details in the surroundings to a minimum, it increases the attention of the audience towards the speaker’s platform and enhances visibility and acoustics. In contrast, the playful use of rich, almost rainbow-like, customized colours makes the chairs and carpet stand out from its bright white surrounding.

The Canada Israel Group Offices by Orly Shrem Architects, Herzliya – Israel

March 25th, 2016

The material connection is achieved through the migration of wood at the main conference room, through the reflecting pool, up to the terrace level through the wood clad walls of the staircase before turning into the walkway railing along the terrace’s reflecting pool

LinkedIn headquarters by Woods Bagot & Schiavello, Sydney – Australia

March 24th, 2016

As an analogue form of the social network’s sharing capability, the mega desk’s wooden surface begins at the reception area and then weaves its way through the office’s 3600-sqm interior.

Drees & Sommer offices by seel bobsin partner, Hamburg – Germany

March 24th, 2016

YiğitAlp office by Guss Design, Konya – Turkey

March 23rd, 2016

YiğitAlp office by Guss Design, Konya – Turkey

Red Bull Offices by pS Arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

March 23rd, 2016

The Red Bull logo with its sun, rhomb, bulls and font has given inspiration to the design. Leather furniture (bull), round furniture (sun), rhomb pattern in carpet and thin black lines (font) recurs in the office such as frames and furniture legs.

Cristina Tiemblo Pharmacy by SUBE, Leioa – Spain

March 22nd, 2016

A careful and efficient lighting, along with greater visibility of the local and product shape our different point of view from a pharmacy.

Environmental Resources Management office by STG Design, Houston – Texas

March 22nd, 2016

To maximize on natural lighting for energy efficiency and increased productivity, all workstations, break rooms and open meeting areas are placed along the perimeter next to the glass windows.

# Cloud.Paris by Philippe Chiambaretta Architecte, Drancy – France

March 21st, 2016

The whole building is now basked in natural light that comes not only from its street-side façades but also from its courtyards—both inside and out.

ALP Logistic Office by JC Architecture, Taipei – Taiwan

March 21st, 2016

With Large windows and high ceilings, we were able to add floor area with stacked shipping container-like structures to create privacy as well as different atmosphere within an open environment.

Silver Bar offices by k2design, Bangkok – Thailand

March 20th, 2016

The design reflect the personality of the product by interesting shape and material. Cover with the facade that design not to look like another surrounding.

Lockton offices by CannonDesign, Chicago – Illinois

March 20th, 2016

The new stair leads up from reception into a lively café/bar area, which provides a range of settings from intimate lounge to open gathering space to a training area that can be closed off with moveable walls. Patterns in the glass, wall and floor covering evoke the speed and energy of their staff.

Lechte Corporation Office Fitout by Plus Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

March 18th, 2016

Metal framing defines internal windows, whilst the curvature of the walls and moments of neutral leather provide moments of textural relief, which is illustrated further through the feature reception desk.

Lengow headquarters by Decodheure, Nantes – France

March 17th, 2016

With open spaces, quiet and cosy hallways and a sociable kitchen area, the offices have become a key organisational and strategical tool for the company.

British Polio Fellowship office by Woodhouse Workspace, Watford – UK

March 16th, 2016

Woodhouse Workspace designed an office that puts users first and supports the needs of a diverse range of user groups. So while employees can easily manage their workload and complete tasks, the space is also warm and welcoming to people in need.

Australia Post offices by Gray Puksand, Melbourne – Australia

March 16th, 2016

Meandering paths and workstation layouts, which incorporate a variety of settings including standing height meeting spaces, sit-to-stand desks, collaboration zones, causal retreat spaces and informal gathering spaces, exemplify Gray Puksand’s response to the emerging ideals of health based working environments.

La Parisienne HQ by Studio Razavi architecture, Paris – France

March 15th, 2016

We opted for materials that are not commonly thought of for work spaces and tried to use them sensibly to establish a core identity, combining wood, carpet & glass partitions. Pine was the wood of choice because of its very imperfections.