Posts Tagged ‘Airbnb’

Airbnb Office by Heneghan Peng Architects and Airbnb Environments Team, Dublin – Ireland

March 28th, 2017

The new space has been designed to cultivate collaboration, interaction and a sense of community. This is the first time that Airbnb has been able to pre-determine the architectural layout of an interior space. The Warehouse had fallen into disrepair before Airbnb reinvented the entire space by designing distinctive structural elements including a dramatic cascading staircase.

KOTI pop-up hotel installation by Linda Bergroth, Paris – France

January 26th, 2017

Designed by Linda Bergroth, KOTI — meaning “home” in Finnish — celebrates the shared experience of a summer-cottage sleepover in Finland. The living pop-up installation is comprised of six cottages available to book on Airbnb for 100 days from january till may 2017.

Airbnb office by MM18 arquitectura, São Paulo – Brazil

April 12th, 2016

A guideline stated during the design development is to use of natural and raw materials. Natural fibers and woods can be seen, with the floor is made of cement and the acoustic liner made of a conglomerate of wood.

Nexmo Offices by ThirdWay Interiors, London – UK

January 11th, 2016



ThirdWay Interiors has created the new office design of tech services company Nexmo located in London.

Airbnb headquarters, Portland – Oregon

January 19th, 2015



Airbnb‘s Portland office has moved into their new headquarters, the first of a number of ‘Customer eXperience (CX)’ centers that will open around the world.

Tokyo Art Room identity by enhanced

August 4th, 2014

They believe giving the makers opportunities to meet and talk with creative people (Airbnb guests) from overseas is priority to achieve their vision because it will significantly increase makers’ confidence for their work and English communication.

Airbnb office by Heneghan Peng, Dublin – Ireland

May 1st, 2014

At the back of the work area there is a stepped structure that serves as a meeting area, as well as an informal, casual zone for conversation and more laid back work. At the center of the office is Heneghan Peng’s contribution to the pavilion of Ireland’s 2012 contribution to the venice biennale.