Posts Tagged ‘conference’

Tectonic office by Graham Baba Architects, Seattle – Washington

June 12th, 2017

In addition to workstations, the office includes two conference spaces (one essentially a part of the larger office and another private option), as well as an entertainment area, symbolically raised two steps above the workstation level.

Ice Watch Paris installation by Olafur Eliasson, Paris – France

November 7th, 2016

Last year during COP21 (21st Conference of the Parties), artist Olafur Eliasson and geologist Minik Rosing transported twelve immense blocks of ice, harvested as free-floating icebergs from a fjord in Greenland, to Paris’ Place du Panthéon.

A Column is a System exhibition, USA, Mexico, Canada

August 25th, 2016

‘Una Columna es un Sistema’ (A Column is a System) takes place simultaneously in two countries: Mexico and Argentina. Monoambiente gallery, in Buenos Aires, hosts the first part of this exhibition.

cnYES office by Waterfrom Design, Taipei – Taiwan

July 19th, 2016

Gold and blue are picked as the visual keynote to represent the aspiration for wealth and prestige along with knowledge and trust. Wooden freestyle seatings are provided in corridor and lounge room for cozy reading, discussion and relaxation, setting an atmosphere of floating persistence of time in the office.

Avant Offices by Eastlake Studio, Chicago – Illinois

July 1st, 2016

The space is branded with custom wallcovering that morphs the Avant logo into a colorful geometric pattern weaving its way through the space. Unique elements include eight ‘secret’ rooms hidden in the plan, each with a unique theme ranging from a Nintendo room with beanbag seating to a vintage video store.

Pilot High chair by Alexander Lervik for Johanson

June 3rd, 2016

The thin design of this elegant conference chair creates a feeling of lightness. The ambition of the design phase was to create the impression of a light seat with excellent comfort.

Luchtruim Eindhoven by Mulderblauw architecten, Eindhoven – Netherlands

May 14th, 2016

The first and most radical intervention is the addition of a greenhouse-like volume that connects the two building volumes to each other at ground level.

Educators 4 Excellence offices by Kati Curtis Design, New York City

March 2nd, 2016

Capitalizing on the company’s apple logo, Curtis imagined a “ceiling of thousands of apples” that welcomes visitors as they enter off the elevator. These cheeky touches enliven the space throughout.

Nuclear Energy Institute Offices by FOX Architects & Wingate Hughes, Washington DC

July 22nd, 2015



FOX Architects worked with Wingate Hughes to create a new office space for the Nuclear Energy Institute‘s Washington DC offices.

Plante Moran offices by SmithGroupJJR, Chicago – Illinois

July 4th, 2015

The entire perimeter on the upper floors is open office allowing daylight and views to the maximum amount of people, including those in the offices which have full glass fronts. Exposed ceilings at circulation and backlit tessellated feature ceilings allows for a more dynamic feeling in an otherwise ordered plan and also serves as wayfinding.

China Ecological Office District Enterprise Club by C&C DESIGN CO., Foshan – China

June 13th, 2015



The Enterprise Club is located in the phase 2 park of China Ecological Office District, covering a total area of 5000 square meters with 5 floors aboveground and an underground floor.

DRAFT Office, Tokyo – Japan

March 22nd, 2015

DRAFT inc. designed a new office space in Tokyo, Japan.

Red Bull Offices by INABA, New York City

March 2nd, 2015

INABA has developed a new office design for Red Bull located in New York City.

Real Wealth Corporate Office by Ambience Design Group, Vaughan – Canada

December 26th, 2014

Graphics were placed in the conference room – a large image of downtown Toronto featuring the Real Wealth graphic and a full text wall representing the brand messaging. All rooms are creatively named such as “Think Tank”, “Smart Lounge”, “Solutions Room” and Numb3rs Zone”.

Ballard Spahr headquarters by Francis Cauffman, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

October 23rd, 2014

Perimeter common areas for informal gatherings and customized open plan benching workstations were designed. Glass fronts were also implemented on perimeter offices for both natural light and views of Center City Philadelphia.

Dow Europe “Pack Studios” by Totems, Horgen – Switzerland

September 24th, 2014

The Pack Studios can be arranged in three different ways: one big conference table, a more intimate lounge set up with several small tables divided by partition panels, or a seminar arrangement for larger audiences. Multimedia devices, which can be used in many different ways, underline the flexibility of the room.

W.L. Gore & Associates History Exhibit by Lynn Paik Design, Newark – Delaware

August 13th, 2014

Pivot door faced display cabinets act as exhibit anchors. Each pivot door holds a large pane of digitally etched gradient glass shifting from frosted to clear. The gradient etched glass creates a subtle division between the objects displayed within cabinet and the floating timeline attached to the face of the door.

Universal Partnerships & Licensing booth by Glow Exhibitions, Las Vegas – Nevada

July 19th, 2014

The design featured several new updates for 2014, including new dark wood paneling, new trusses, eight updated meeting suites and an updated conference room, a new front wall featuring a floating minions display, and a touch screen, interactive game at the front near reception to draw in foot traffic from the show floor.

Funicular restaurant & bar by designLSM, Tblisi – Georgia

June 4th, 2014

The Funicular on Mtatsminda Hill overlooks Tblisi in Georgia. The carefully restored 1930s building incorporates three restaurants, a cocktail bar, conference and banqueting facilities.

Carestream stand at RSNA 2013 by Catalyst, Chicago – Illinois

June 1st, 2014

Catalyst designed and constructed a well-rounded tradeshow marketing program aimed at reaching medical professionals. Strategic pre- and post-show PR and social media outreach were part of the mix, along with arching out beyond the conference to impact those not attending complemented the physical exhibit.