Posts Tagged ‘pods’

M Booth offices by Spector Group, New York City

June 30th, 2017

With more than 200 staff utilizing M Booth’s new office space, placing an emphasis on employee satisfaction was key in implementing the interior design.

Book and Bed hostel by Suppose Design Office, Tokyo – Japan

April 17th, 2016

Sleeping pods come in two varieties: regular ones, situated in rows, and slightly fancier looking ones, built right behind book shelves. Although varying slightly in size, the comfort is similar and all pods are fitted out with reading lamps. And you’ve guessed it, all hostel guests makes use of a well-equipped shared bathroom.

Macrokiosk Offices, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia

June 23rd, 2015



Macrokiosk has moved into a new office space which was designed in-house and is located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

BICOM offices by Jean de Lessard, Montreal – Canada

February 18th, 2014

Wanting to rethink how offices have typically been laid out, de Lessard re-imagined the office as a stylized, offbeat village with the archetype of a small house being the inspiration.

Skype headquarter by Blitz, Palo Alto – California

August 25th, 2013

The freestanding pods primarily offer acoustic privacy and access to A.V., containing meeting rooms and phone booths. Casual meeting nodes are created between and adjacent to the free standing pods, providing points of arrival across the large floor plates and facilitating way-finding – especially critical given Skype’s international and transient workforce

FOOD COURTS! Landmark supermarket by Hugh A. Boyd Architects, Manila – Philippines

August 23rd, 2013

Oval-shaped pods near the store entrance conceal storage for 900 shopping carts; a jewel-like, glass-enclosed island highlights a wine department; and a series of curving paths break up seating in the 51,000-sq.-ft. food court.

Three Mobile stores by Urban Salon, UK

March 18th, 2013

Inside, the new design aims to create a fresh and welcoming environment where customers are encouraged to browse and buy rather than be sold to. All devices in the store are live as plastic dummy handsets have been removed. This enables customers to try out different handsets for themselves rather than wait for a member of staff to demonstrate the phones for them.

Endless Spirit by BKK Architects, Melbourne

March 31st, 2012

Endless Spirit attempts to create a symbiotic relationship between the clothing and the fit out. There are no fixed internal walls; instead a continuous curtain element defines the change rooms and the entirety of the store’s internal skin.

Westside Laser + Light, Calgary, Canada (A.R.E Awards)

July 8th, 2011

This medical laser and aesthetics clinic provides a spa-like environment through the use of natural materials and colors. As the clinic’s name may suggest, light became important in the design. Translucent resin panels were used throughout the space to allow for light to pass through.