Posts Tagged ‘conference space’

Intellect HUB Coworking&Conferences Space by Michael Samoriz, Inavo-Frankivsk – Ukraina

December 21st, 2017

Intellect HUB is divided globally into two different locations, functionally and architecturally.

American Gaming Association Offices by OTJ Architects, Washington DC

December 8th, 2015

The ceiling from reception through the pantry draws one through the space, mimicking the configuration of a roulette table and the wedged slots. There is also a ticker – complete with betting lines, odds and scores that are constantly updated – that runs throughout the office that establishes movement and flow all the way down the main circulation corridor.

EDITORIAL OFFICES! 4c media advertising and web agency office, Bayreuth – Germany

January 23rd, 2015

Tons of natural light floods the open work area throughout the day. That matched with the light color scheme, wooden floors, brick walls, and metal accents give the office a clean modern look. The conference space on the upper level looks great too.

TVGla warehouse office by Charles Infante, Los Angeles

April 9th, 2013

Capitalizing on the huge floor plates, TVGla now features a two-floor open layout encouraging an open stream of communication and brainstorming among employees. The modern work space features an outdoor garden oasis and an oversized communal kitchen promoting group collaboration sessions and creative exchange.

ARCHITECTURE FIRM OFFICES! Schlaich Bergermann and Partner’s office by Ippolito Fleitz Group, Stuttgart

March 8th, 2013

Practically transparent latticework curtains suggest a semi-private space, while fresh colours, a deep blue table and a pink carpet, add a dash of inspirational energy to the mix.

Googleplex offices, Mountain View

November 16th, 2012

A key characteristic of the Google Campus that makes it so special is its playfulness and just overall fun feeling. The architects noted that Google “valued play as immensely important – allowing employees to treat the world as a massive ground for experimentation.”