Posts Tagged ‘office’

Migo office by Utwentysix Design Studio, Taguig – Philippines

September 22nd, 2013

Migo office by Utwentysix Design Studio, Taguig – Philippines

Konami office by Area Sq, Windsor – UK

September 21st, 2013

The office design and fit-out included fully integrated audio visual and video conferencing facilities, meeting suites, a ‘pub-style’ breakout space for staff and life-size action figures from their gaming products.

3M headquarters by THERE, Sydney – Australia

September 20th, 2013

Large scale illustrations and graphic portraits pay homage to key inventors and innovators from 3M’s past, while the company’s rich heritage was further celebrated with an unconventional and visually impressive timeline, welcoming visitors to the Australian headquarters and showcasing the company’s brand evolution over the last hundred years.

M.O.B studio office, Nicosia – Cyprus

September 18th, 2013

It was really challenging for us to manage the creation of a new concept without distorting the existing energy of the space. My main concept was to create a multilevel plan using the pictures of a city as a basic model. Where ever you stand in the studio, you get the feeling that you are watching the city through a large window.

Netzkern office, Wuppertal – Germany

September 16th, 2013

Netzkern’s new office space is housed in refurbished loft, which gives them right around 700sqm. All “Kernkräfte” (as netzkern employees call themselves) are located on a shared floor, with plenty of conference, training and working rooms offer ample space for individual time to focus. Meeting rooms and casual seating areas are located nearby staff workstations for easy access.

Oliver Interior Design office, Kaoshiung – Taiwan

September 13th, 2013

Oliver Interior Design office, Kaoshiung – Taiwan

Bruketa&Žinić OM office by brigada, Zagreb – Croatia

September 12th, 2013

The new office is divided into several different “areas” on three levels, each with its own distinct characteristics and atmosphere. These new, open workspaces are versatile and allow interaction among colleagues.

Aeria Games office by LINDEMANN PROJEKTNET, Berlin

September 11th, 2013

Online gaming company Aeria Games has moved their European-based team into a beautiful office space along the Spree River in Berlin. With interiors designed by Lindemann Projektnet, the office space has a pretty incredible look and feel.

Future Learning Environments by Tengbom, Solna – Sweden

September 10th, 2013

These facilities are located primarily next to the lecture halls and were initially “leftover” and unused areas. Our idea is to create a “Home away from Home”, a natural meeting place for students, teachers and researchers.

Davies Meyer office, Hamburg – Germany

September 9th, 2013

The multifaceted design of the venue reflects the vast amount of colorful and lively inspiration its neighborhood provides. Monochrome walls contrast with decorative wallpaper. Spacious common areas alternate with concentrated work spaces.

TNS office by The Bold Collective, Sydney

September 8th, 2013

The humble milk-crate was the main design element which formed the foundations for much of the joinery in the workplace including the reception wall, quiet booths, banquette window seating and light features. We repeated the cube throughout the design with 2D and 3D elements as the cube was a pivotal form to the TNS branding.

Horizon Media offices by a+i architecture, New York

September 7th, 2013

In addition to the terrace, the expansion provides more opportunities for staff to work and play. A long desk, which is as much an architectural features as a desk, allows for dozens more workstations. The game room has space for video gaming as well as table top gaming.

Halle A offices by Designliga, Munich – Germany

September 6th, 2013

The structure of the hall interior is determined by two ridge-roof buildings containing two floors of individual offices. Together with the old foreman’s office, they form an ensemble which produces the effect of a roofed village square in the intervening space.

Allegro Group headquarters by Ultra Architects, Poznan – Poland

September 5th, 2013

The space has been divided using cabinets made of lacquered pine plywood. The whole structure utilises both closed rooms, as well as open office space, which was one of the requirements coming from the investor.

Friendship Hamburg design office, Hamburg – Germany

September 4th, 2013

At the Designstudio based on the motto “in friendship we trust” the team now works within a circle of wonderful and creative friends striving to create long-term realtionships with their clients.

Shanghai Pharma Kyuan office by Yedesign Associates, Beijing

September 3rd, 2013

We use three different colors to distinguish each layer of three Loft floors. We apply grass-green to the 7th layer to better show the vitality and passion of young employees and interns.

WSP Group Workplace by Woodhead, Adelaide – Australia

September 2nd, 2013

Original timber flooring, ornate structural columns and expansive timber trussed ceilings are back on show and provide an elegant and timeless backdrop to the modern fit out within. Due for completion in the coming weeks, WSP’s new Adelaide home will provide an open, informal and functional studio space for the growing engineering firm.

Mediacom office by The Bold Collective, Sydney

September 1st, 2013

The reception area included large cut out letters spelling Mediacom on recycled sleepers and we included hand-knitted socks around timber poles in the work area that were all locally sourced.

Reserva headquarters by SuperLimão Studio, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil

August 31st, 2013

Table football, musical instruments, a large kitchen counter and comfortable armchairs stimulate companionship, and even a wall covered in employees’ family pictures was thought to make them feel at home.

MBA office by Denys & von Arend and Egue y Seta, Tudela – Spain

August 30th, 2013

In order to meet the client’s need to bring together two different types of products in the same space, stationer’s material and furniture, we created two rooms which were clearly separated and able to accommodate the particular ways of buying and selling inherent in each type of product.