Archive for the ‘office & healthcare’ category

22squared’s office by Associated Space Design, Tampa – Florida

August 28th, 2016

The entire office is made with reclaimed wood, cigar molds from Ybor City (Tampa’s historic district that was founded by Cuban cigar manufactures), Interface carpet, and more.

Tranquility Box office by otherwhere studio, Hong Kong

August 26th, 2016

The entrance placing a natural tree trunk bench suggests a peaceful atmosphere. The office has integrated working, meeting, pantry and relaxing areas in a limited space. The swing and cushion engage people in a relaxing mood like staying in playing field.

Biotronik offices by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

August 25th, 2016

The bright and sophisticated space provides a museum-like product showroom featuring the company’s devices created throughout its history, a large multi-purpose training room, and a technical simulator lab where surgeons can test Biotronik’s devices.

Infinum office by Brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

August 24th, 2016

The office becomes a cozier place with a bit of subtle humor found in details such as the names of these spaces or unexpected details such as satellite antennas.

Citiesocial office by KELLY LEE Design, Taipei – Taiwan

August 23rd, 2016

The open office fully utilizes the large curtain walls for natural light. Cement walls and PVC tiles provide a rustic and minimal style that is enhanced by a touch of wood.

Kathmandu office by Creative Spaces, Christchurch – New Zealand

August 23rd, 2016

Timber recycled from earthquake salvage lines the reception walls, concrete around the core of the building is exposed, and the café joinery has a dark and moody metropolitan feel.

Shutts & Bowen offices by ASD|SKY, Miami – Florida

August 22nd, 2016

All of the surrounding conference rooms have glass fronts showcasing the spectacular views of the bay. One of the key features in the space is the back-lit onyx wall connecting all three floors.

Anglo Colombiano school by AEI Arquitectura e Interiores, Bogotá – Colombia

August 21st, 2016

Blue, green, yellow and red were the colors chosen to fill the different rooms, representing the different hues of the school. Some walls are covered in cushions which can be taken out to allow children to sit on the floor or even construct sculpture-like structures.

Gyro offices by VOA, New York City

August 21st, 2016

Adjacent to the Reception area is a large Pantry/Breakout space with counter-height farm table communal seating. The open studio area is the largest space in the office, filled with 84 bench-style desks, equipped with an informal lounge area with a drop down projection screen.

Dental Clinic by Padilla Nicás Arquitectos, Las Palmas – Spain

August 21st, 2016

Clean surfaces, solid floors, and large panels are used to reduce the number of joints, simple colors according to the different areas of the premises and indirect lighting systems; all with the intention of creating a friendly space with the necessity of hygiene and precision appropriate to a dental clinic.

Studio 54, creative hub of Marketing-Jazz, Madrid – Spain

August 19th, 2016

We have designed a 5.5 metre-tall shelving unit to be able to present, conceal and write down the first thing that comes into our heads. As well as that, we have a space for preparing mock-ups of prototypes, which is a display space for visual communication campaigns before we bring them to the point of sale.

I+ Pharmacy by Marketing-Jazz, Spain

August 18th, 2016

The materials have been selected to give the impression of being in a “modern – warm- natural & professional” pharmacy. Dibon brushed it is used at the storefront and for the medicaments wall to give a modern and futuristic image for the brand.

OPPLE Lighting office by iDA Workplace+Strategy, Shanghai – China

August 18th, 2016

Based on the concept of company’s value “people-oriented, adhere to innovation”, its office environment and spatial planning are the combination of “dynamic” and “static” acting as a guideline of employee behavior and being away from the “sub-healthy” office forms.

K-plastic surgery by MD Space, Seoul – South Korea

August 17th, 2016

Key color based on modern gray and white also matched wood furniture and black metal that improve the dignity of space.

Spacekraft Coworking office by Evoke International Design, Burnaby – Canada

August 17th, 2016

The shared space combines open plan workstations with communal amenities one would expect in a corporate head office. The design juxtaposes technology with craft, creating a feel of familiarity with high technical capabilities.

Lord Aeck Sargent offices, Atlanta – Georgia

August 16th, 2016

Each corner of the square floor plan is occupied by conference rooms and other special spaces including a large training room and resource library. Eight conference rooms offer full audio visual and video conferencing capabilities for communication with the firm’s other offices, clients and consultants.

Vic’s Meat Office fit-out by Those Architects & End of Work, Sydney – Australia

August 15th, 2016

We set out to design a flexible, pragmatic, robust, inspiring space that would embody the Vic’s Meat brand – a space where our clients could run the business, oversee production, entertain top chefs, showcase the latest ideas in meat cooking and technology, host regular television appearances and welcome international guests and suppliers.

Huawei Global ICT office by Codex, Dublin – Ireland

August 13th, 2016

Branding is subtely integrated into the colour scheme without attempting to be overly Corporate. Red characterises the Huawei logo and green was used to symbolise its Irish operation. The scheme veers away from front of house/ back of house traditions of the past.

Pernod Ricard offices by Creative Spaces, Auckland – New Zealand

August 11th, 2016

Careful consideration was given to the acoustics, knowing that floor shared two common atriums and had very few walls. Quilted fabric wraps the partition behind reception and hanging baffles visually lead people through the space whilst providing a secondary sound absorber.