Posts Tagged ‘interaction’

FluidOne office by Interaction, London – UK

March 19th, 2017

The design focused upon a clean and fresh aesthetic, which aided the flowing and open feel that was created to allow staff to work effectively and collaborate easily.

The Castle – money.co.uk office by Interaction, Cirencester – UK

January 22nd, 2017

Interaction explored the needs of the individuals and created a multitude of flexible work settings to enable people to work the way they want. This included creating spaces such as the ice cave, ski lodge, and ‘high-tech’ room which can all be used to have informal meetings, socialise, or simply relax.

Regulatory Finance Solutions office by Interaction, Swindon – UK

November 30th, 2016


RFS commissioned Interaction to create a statement office that would impress clients, inspire staff and promote collaborative working practices. Interaction challenged the requirements of the client’s initial brief and created a space that was on a par with high-end London offices.

CPI Books office by Interaction, Melksham – UK

November 13th, 2016

Key to the fit out scheme was the creation of a cosy yet professional atmosphere that would feel welcoming to both staff and clients. This was achieved through the use of bright, warm colours in the decorative finishes, and the careful use of furniture and partitions to shape snug breakout spaces. More formal meeting rooms were also given a fun and colourful edge.

Gresham Innovation Labs by Interaction, Bristol – UK

November 3rd, 2016

The energetic and vibrant colours highlight the fun and fast-paced environment that Gresham represent. The largely open plan office encourages employees to collaborate and work together, not just within but across different departments.

Table lamps by Maya Pindeus and Johanna Pichlbauer

September 8th, 2016

Designed by Maya Pindeus and Johanna Pichlbauer, this lamp is actually a set of three table lamps that encourage engagement and interaction between coworkers.

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.

General Electric Sustainable Healthcare Solutions office by YellowSub Studio, Bangalore – India

July 15th, 2016

The idea behind the project was to give it a semi-informal design studio feel which allows for more discussion and interaction, yet have a corporate touch to it (since it is in an already existing campus). Hence, a lot of space is devoted to people and team interaction like a TV lounge, pantry, dining, discussion and other open spaces.

SOHO 3Q co-working space by AIM Architecture, Beijing – China

June 3rd, 2016

From this perspective, the constraints of the existing retail design became opportunities: where a shopping centre would say hallway, AIM could say island, a natural place to meet while using the home-style kitchens or sitting at the communal table.

raumbilderfolgen exhibition by aut. architektur und tirol, Innsbruck – Austria

March 28th, 2016

aut. architektur und tirol presents the works of documentarian Harun Farocki (deceased 2014) and photographer/filmmaker Armin Linke in the exhibition ‘raumbilderfolgen’ or ‘sequences of spatial images’.

Urban: Serviced Offices by Urban Design and Build, Hong Kong

February 15th, 2016

To cater users who need certain privacy, one-person booths are added as parts of the open office space. At the perimeter surrounding the open area, dedicated office rooms are set up for a group of working counterparts who needs working spirit and communication in definite privacy.

Anemone store by BBC arquitectos, Buenos Aires – Argentina

February 8th, 2016

The designed piece with its colors, dynamism and lights gives to the visitor the ability to interact with this field, to experiment with it, to transform this space in more than just a window display.

Dentsu Office by Praxis, Bangalore – India

January 6th, 2016



A corporate interior project on Richmond Road, Bangalore for Dentsu, a worldwide ad agency headquartered in Tokyo.

PEMCO Insurance Offices by HDG Architecture | Design, Spokane – Washington

September 21st, 2015



HDG Architecture | Design have completed the design for the new offices of PEMCO Insurance located in Spokane, Washington.

ÖBB Headquarters by INNOCAD Architecture, Vienna – Austria

September 18th, 2015

Brookfield Multiplex Offices by Woods Bagot, Melbourne – Australia

August 28th, 2015



Woods Bagot has created a new office design for global contracting and development company Brookfield Multiplex located in Melbourne, Australia.

POP-UP STORES! H&M: Conscious Lounge Pop-Up by FormRoom, London – UK

May 21st, 2015

The team wanted to keep the space fairly clean and simple with a limited colour palette. The first idea was to have the ‘Closed loop’, which is such an important part of the H&M Conscious campaign, vinyled onto the floor so visitors could follow this path to navigate through the space. The Shop-Fit was kept minimal with lots of white and a touch of plywood.

Morneau Shepell Office by Metaphore Design, Montreal – Canada

February 24th, 2015

To accommodate Morneau Shepell’s Corporate rapid growth, Metaphore Design was mandated to create an upbeat and stimulating ‘DESKING’ work environment that would not only maximize real-estate investment, but help attract the next generation of employee, and encourage team interaction.

Royal Enfield store by Lotus, New Delhi – India

November 19th, 2014

A holistic store which showcases bikes, accessories and interaction spaces manifests as a store as well as an experience centre for the brand. The store is zoned according to the motorcycles on display. Each zone brings out the characteristic the bike stands for.

Denim R & D studio by Zemberek Design Office, Istanbul – Turkey

October 25th, 2014

The scheme is organized around a communal platform positioned at the center of the volume that frees the actions of both sitting and working. Instead of defining the locations of these actions, programs are flexibly spread among variously staggered elevations.