Posts Tagged ‘Red Bull’

Red Bull Offices by SPACE, Mexico City – Mexico

November 4th, 2016

Aesthetically it was decided to give it an urban-Mexican look in order to manifest the presence of the brand in the country. Two Mexican artists were chosen to create a scenario that fits this idea, thereby supporting up and coming Mexican artists.

Red Bull Offices by pS Arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

March 23rd, 2016

The Red Bull logo with its sun, rhomb, bulls and font has given inspiration to the design. Leather furniture (bull), round furniture (sun), rhomb pattern in carpet and thin black lines (font) recurs in the office such as frames and furniture legs.

Red Bull Studios by Optimist Design, Berlin – Germany

January 6th, 2016



Optimist Design wraps Berlin’s Red Bull Studios with copper striations

Red Bull Offices by pS arkitektur, Stockholm – Sweden

October 16th, 2015



Red Bull’s Stockholm office features modular mobile furniture

Red Bull Offices by INABA, New York City

March 2nd, 2015

INABA has developed a new office design for Red Bull located in New York City.

Red Bull Head Office by MoreySmith, London – UK

November 15th, 2013

The ground floor is now one large open space with sliding glass panels, the space is multi-functional and features a reception desk by day and cocktail bar for events and at the far end of the building, the Red Bull Lounge provides a space to meet, greet and entertain guests.

Red Bull Music Academy by INABA, New York

May 16th, 2013

Jeffrey Inaba’s firm INABA was commissioned by Red Bull Music Academy to transform four floors of a vacant building in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood into a model learning environment. INABA has used dramatic walls and lighting to create unique collaborative work areas in place of the traditional classroom.

Red Bull HQ by Jump Studios, London

January 30th, 2013

The offices occupy three floors, including a recent roof-level extension. To ensure movement of people through the building, we cut a series of voids into the floor plate and dropped a slide and a floating staircase through the middle, offering either visual or physical connectivity throughout.

Red Bull offices by Johnson Chou, Toronto

November 21st, 2012

The custom workstations, composed like a ribbon, transforms from a floor surface to a work surface to a ceiling plane, providing colour, texture, warmth and a sense of enclosure.