Posts Tagged ‘carpet tiles’

Red Bull Offices by pS arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

October 16th, 2015



Red Bull’s Stockholm office features modular mobile furniture

mindmatters office by PARAT, Hamburg – Germany

March 3rd, 2015

The heart of the office is a long table with a kitchen unit. The table is divided in half, allowing a floor lamp to be integrated and seating to be doubled.

Philip Morris Travel and Sales Office by mimaristudio, Istanbul – Turkey

February 25th, 2015

The project in the Istanbul Metrocity Business Center was performed by mimaristudio, given that the boutique office in the Astoria Residence previously designed by mimaristudio for the same group was no longer able to satisfy the changing needs of the day, and it was necessary to adapt it to the developing international office standards.

BIPA headquarters by BEHF Architects, Vösendorf – Austria

July 8th, 2013

The Causeways and Pop-up stools invite group brainstorming sessions or breaks, while the Wing Chairs offer peace and quiet with acoustic privacy. With magenta, violet and the fresh, complementary colour of grass green, there is a conscious focus on creative work and relaxation. In addition, the amorphous ceiling openings and the internal staircase aims to encourage communication between the second and third floors.

Pocket Gems office by Min | Day, San Francisco

December 25th, 2012

Modular desks sit in the center of an open office surrounded by a lounge, glass-enclosed conference rooms and a large open kitchen. Walls are painted in bright colors or coated with white-board paint. The carpet, an index of activities programmed above, is a composition of carpet tiles developed in our office using parametric software.

Virgin Active Pitt Street Mall by BVN Architecture, Sydney

September 1st, 2011

Virgin Active Australia – Pitt Street Mall is Virgin’s Sydney flagship club strategically located within the newly redeveloped Pitt Street Mall, a major destination for the Sydney CBD and one of the busiest pedestrian precincts, with more than 65,000 pedestrians each day.