Posts Tagged ‘private meetings’

Jayant Group LLP Headquarters by Worksmith, Pune – India

June 6th, 2017

The spatial planning was done based of two strong philosophies; hierarchy and transparency. The floorplan was divided into two well defined areas based on access by the partners and the staff.

Almond hotel by Ideograf, Gdańsk – Poland

July 13th, 2016

The industrial character is added to the interior by suspended shelves and the structure of the bar, on which there are tiles with geometric patterns, which smoothly join the oak pavement.

Beatus Cartons office by Paramount Interiors, Porth – UK

March 8th, 2016

In the main Innovation Centre panelling between desks allowed for privacy when designers were working on projects. Rolling storage units with padded tops acted as additional seating for informal presentations and meetings with clients and colleagues, while an enclosed booth with an in-built screen allowed for more private meetings away from the desks.

Dropbox Offices by STUDIOS, New York City

December 17th, 2015



STUDIOS has designed the new offices of cloud storage company Dropbox located in New York City.

Google Campus by Jump Studios, Madrid – Spain

November 12th, 2015



Google Campus by Jump Studios occupies former battery factory in Madrid

JvantSpijker Office, Rotterdam – Netherlands

November 11th, 2015



JvantSpijker’s renovated office includes a meeting room topped with an indoor garden

TED Conferences office by Tina Manis Associates, New York City

March 16th, 2014

The colorful graphic of the channel system is echoed below in coded program areas. A conference room grew organically out of a windowed corner; its orientation allows for inclusion in the open office while a sliding wall closes the space for large private meetings.

Macy’s office by Swanke & Waldner’s, New York

August 20th, 2013

Dynamic amenity spaces fill the floor plate interior with a centralized “hub” that fosters spontaneous collaboration. Bright colors enliven the hub’s café-style coffee pantry with tufted banquette seating, lounge-style areas, booths for more private meetings, marker boards for ideation, and an extra-large, divisible conference room opening up to the whole space.

Monitise headquarters by Morgan Lovell, London

April 21st, 2013

The office’s style was fashioned after that of a boutique hotel and uses fabrics, furniture, carpeting, and colors throughout to acheive the look. This is seen best through the sleek lobby space and and various meeting spaces. A central atrium gives the office’s multi-level floorplate unity as well as natural lighting in those hard to reach places.

Synthetic offices by envelope A+D, San Francisco

January 29th, 2013

Large cut-outs in the ground floor’s ceiling break the barrier between upstairs and down, with a slim steel staircase joining the two levels. A spatial gradient organizes the plan from front to back – public gathering spaces at the front, dining and meeting spaces in the middle and more private offices and a meeting space/den to the rear.

Sing For Hope Office by Rodríguez Studio, New York

December 4th, 2012

The new space has used a mixture of colorful furniture and walls – some with an awesome ascending gradient pattern – to enliven the once cold and barren space. An ingenious innovation are the sliding doors which offer the ability to close off certain segments of the office for social events or more private meetings.

Bates 141 office by M Moser Associates, Jakarta

October 30th, 2012

Because the office is always buzzing with both clients and potential clients, it was important to “instantly convey Bates 141 brand qualities, as well as offering the flexibility to cope with everything from small, private meetings with clients to larger social affairs like launches and celebrations.