Posts Tagged ‘officedesign’

IntegriChain office by Studio IQL, Philadelphia – Pennsylvania

January 21st, 2018

The CEO, Kevin Leininger, wanted employees to be excited to come to the office and to have ample spaces for collaborative work. Studio IQL used the company colors and logo to create intimate areas within the open floor plan space.

Nordic Cryobank Office by Rosan Bosch Studio, Copenhagen – Denmark

January 19th, 2018

The key to Rosan Bosch Studio’s design of physical work environments is to create a design, which is not only functional and inspiring but also communicates brand and identity based on company values.

Société Generale Office by Ted Moudis Associates, Chicago – Illinois

January 18th, 2018

Heritage moments are embodied through the wood materials on the floor and two-story columns in the reception area as well as a two-story graphic wall, which is an image of the inside of the historical stain glass dome ceiling at Boulevard Haussmann.

Nice film technology office by Hejidesign, Shenzhen – China

January 18th, 2018

In the center of open space, an independent room of clear glass seems like future laboratory in Hollywood movies. With light around the glass cube, and curved shape furniture inside, creating an isolated space that people could focus on the project. As a film and video company, a media room for playing its work is indispensable.

Italian Visa Center by MEL | Architecture and Design, Moscow – Russia

January 17th, 2018

The textures of light-colored concrete which was used to finish the floor, walls and the ceiling are stylistically combined with the structural elements of furniture and other equipment made of a white metal profile, grid, and frosted glass.

The Archer Group Office by NELSON, Wilmington – Delaware

January 17th, 2018

The modern workplace is more than just a place where people gather to work. It’s the extension of a company’s brand, mission, and commitment not only to their clients, customers, and employees.

Prysmian headquarters by Maurizio Varratta Architetto, Milano – Italy

January 16th, 2018

The most distinctive feature of the Prysmian Group’s headquarters in Milan are the triple-height glasshouses connecting together the office blocks. These fully-functional green ‘havens’ offer notable advantages in terms of natural lighting, controlling the microclimate, and overall energy efficiency.

Barrister’s Chamber at the Landmark by Plot Architecture Office, Hong Kong

January 15th, 2018

Together with the varying modules in the shelves and walls, they create reverberating rhythms to articulate a series of blank canvases for displaying the user’s collection of furniture, books, paintings and the like.

Techspace Kreuzberg Coworking Office, Berlin – Germany

January 13th, 2018

The Berlin space, like all of Techspace’s buildings, is specifically designed for scale-up technology companies. Unlike other coworking spaces, Techspace’s scale-up members have much more ownership of their environments.

Thyssenkrupp GSS by Arquitetura Nacional, Porto Alegre / Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

January 12th, 2018

This was the site chosen by the ThyssenKrupp company to establish its GSS division – Global Shared Services – in Latin America.

Edelman’s Office Expansion by Gensler, London – UK

January 12th, 2018

Prior to creating a design strategy, Gensler engaged with senior and junior staff through visioning sessions and conducted utilisation studies to assess Edelman’s current work patterns and space usage, which informed the basis of the design brief.

Biovet Headquarters by Atelier Serafimov Architects, Peshtera – Bulgaria

January 11th, 2018

The separation of the panoramic offices has been designed with glass modular partition walls allowing reorganization of the premises whenever needed. The building has been projected to have raised installation floor and suspended ceilings assuring clear height of 3.00 m for the maximal comfort of the residents.

Samsung Office by MADA Design Factory, Bangkok – Thailand

January 10th, 2018

We are not only bringing some characteristics from each country, but also creating functional spaces, fun elements, and happiness in the workplace. We blended both SAMSUNG’s existing innate identity in its strong corporate color as well as some various colors which came from the nature of those countries.

IBM Watson IoT Headquarters by Map Project Office, Munich – Germany

January 10th, 2018

The creative team at Map developed a new design language to represent IBM Watson IoT and an approach to explaining the complex nature of cognitive computing and the Internet of Things using physical installations.

Hungry Man Productions headquarters by FreelandBuck, Los Angeles – California

January 9th, 2018

The apparently random arrangement of white boxes are actually strategically placed to enhance interaction between certain employees while leaving common areas open.

Wilkinson Walsh + Eskovitz Office by FOX Architects, Washington DC

January 8th, 2018

Our team exchanged traditional solid wood walls and crown molding for all glass fronts with black trim to create a timeless, yet relevant look that defines WWE’s progressive culture. This open and bright environment creates a multi-layered space that encourages employees and guests to enjoy all areas of the office.

Work Better Office by The Crossboundaries, Mumbai – India

January 5th, 2018

The workspace, shared by over 90 staff members needed to be compartmentalized into various departments. The basic idea for design hence stemmed from the need for an energetic, young space that would allow more integration within the workspace.

IronSource new head office by RUST architects, Tel Aviv-Yafo – Israel

January 3rd, 2018

Adjacent to the core and the inner part of each floor, many public functions have been dispersed, the purpose of which is to create a work/life balance while providing space for informal collaboration while not detracting from the routine of the company’s employees.

Refurbishment of Sogeprom Headquarters by Ateliers 2/3/4/, Courbevoie – France

January 2nd, 2018

Interior double-height “lounges”, facing each of those hanging gardens and all possible associated uses, allow to make a welcomed transparency in the depth of the building and the plot. The play made here on the insertion of roughness allows to organize the building “Ampère e+” by offering it diverse uses and new timescales.

ARTEZA office by arch.funk, Moscow – Russia

January 2nd, 2018

The main accent in the interior has been made on the preserved and restored walls of red brick. All new items and furniture have been designed in white and black colors to visually highlight the red brick in the interior.