Posts Tagged ‘private offices’

WeWork Embarcadero Center Coworking Offices by MSA architecture + design, San Francisco – USA

August 11th, 2017


Wework project scope included private offices ranging from one-person to over 70 for lease to perspective
tenants. WeWork members were also provided AV conference rooms, workspace nook banquettes and phone booths.

Asset Management Firm Offices by TPG Architecture, New York City – USA

August 5th, 2017

In addition to their new workspace, TPG designed an interconnecting stair to stimulate collaboration and innovation. The client underwent extensive growth in NYC as well as globally, and has nearly tripled in size since move in.

Mercado Libre offices by Contract Workplaces, Alem – Argentina

July 31st, 2017

The core concept of the project has been the connectivity of the company with its users. The use of perforated shapes and materials that evoke nets, meshes and fabrics together with the use of vibrant colours provided material support to the idea. In line with the model established by the company, floors are organized in open plan and there are no private offices.

ClubMed office by Diego Fuertes & 100architects, Shanghai – China

July 17th, 2017

To create this illusion, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overheads, looping around the lobby defining different mini-areas within the lobby area.

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.

The Raben Group office by OTJ Architects, Washington D.C.

April 14th, 2017

The main concern with transitioning from private offices to a completely open environment was the noise factor. Therefore, there are mobile sound panels between workstations that move on a track to absorb sound at different locations when needed.

Cisco offices by FOX Architects, Fulton – Maryland

March 20th, 2017

FOX designed an office abundant with natural light, individual choice, that intuitively elevates the collaborative process through modular choice. Our design successfully unified two distinct cultures and has been praised by both Sourcefire and legacy Cisco employees alike.

Kit + Ace Offices by Evoke International Design, Vancouver – Canada

September 4th, 2016

The private offices reside on the top floor in a 100 year old building in Gastown. In addition to a private office for Lululemon founders Chip and Shannon Wilson, the space houses two other companies and a charity, requiring some separation within the shared walls.

Biotronik offices by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

August 25th, 2016

The bright and sophisticated space provides a museum-like product showroom featuring the company’s devices created throughout its history, a large multi-purpose training room, and a technical simulator lab where surgeons can test Biotronik’s devices.

Amenta Emma Architects offices, Hartford – Connecticut

August 1st, 2016

Amenta Emma stripped the interior back to its concrete encased street structure to take full advantage of the window glazings and tall floor to ceiling height.

Silicon Valley Staffing Group Offices by Kava Massih Architects, Oakland – California

July 22nd, 2016

To open up the interior, we removed the dropped ceiling to expose the existing roof joists, and added skylights to bring in natural light. Curved and angled walls below the joists create a sense of movement and expansion when walking along the hallway.

Mudgil Practices by The UP Studio, Hicksville – New York

July 7th, 2016

The office’s main design feature—an extruded, woven ceiling plane—maps patient, doctor, and staff circulation patterns. It also unifies the two practices within a shared space.

OpenTable Offices by Kamus + Keller, Los Angeles – California

June 22nd, 2016

The space incorporates an energetic yet economical blend of industrial, minimal, mid-century and traditionalist elements, an eclectic mix that reflects the diversity of LA style.

The Fulmer Group Offices by Fitzsimmons Architects, Oklahoma City – Oklahoma

June 12th, 2016

Vaulted ceilings, clean white walls, and tactile texture combinations of glass, stone, and wood immerse visitors into an understandable yet very modern office interior.

Venafi office by Steven Christensen Architecture, Salt Lake City – Utah

May 18th, 2016

A transformable space at the heart of the project (large enough to house the entire global staff when fully expanded) is separated from adjacent work areas by a block of diner-style meeting booths on one side, and by a giant furniture-like pavilion on the other.

Work & Co Co-working Offices by Andrea Graff, Cape Town – South Africa

April 15th, 2016

Work & Co offers a number of different solutions for entrepreneurs and businesses of all shapes and sizes: Hot desks that can be rented per day, a shared office space area, all the way to private offices that can accommodate up to 15 people.

Lechte Corporation Office Fitout by Plus Architecture, Melbourne – Australia

March 18th, 2016

Metal framing defines internal windows, whilst the curvature of the walls and moments of neutral leather provide moments of textural relief, which is illustrated further through the feature reception desk.

Microsoft Offices by Design Blitz, San Francisco – California

January 26th, 2016

Carved spaces on the exterior of the pavilions create clear wayfinding while also providing small breakout spaces for impromptu meetings or private employee focus space. Areas between the pavilions incorporate diverse furniture pieces to provide a variety of workspaces.

Mashable headquarters by STUDIOS, New York City

December 11th, 2015

The result is a vibrant, fluid sequence of open workstations, enclosed conference rooms, multipurpose/all hands spaces, and large “Mad Men” inspired private offices that double as conference/collaboration space.

Venture Capital Firm Offices by Feldman Architecture, San Francisco – California

November 11th, 2015



Feldman Architecture has designed the new offices of a venture capital firm in San Francisco’s historical Presidio.