Posts Tagged ‘studio space’

Giant Design Studio, Sydney – Australia

September 7th, 2016

The reception lounge sits in front of the timber framed meeting room with the walls faced in corrugated plastic to the outside and coreflute to the interior.

Hlzblz office by A-INDUSTRIAL Design-Build, Los Angeles – California

July 10th, 2016

A-INDUSTRIAL has helped Hlzblz achieve telling their brand’s story through the attention to detail, the juxtaposition of elements with a mix between midcentury modern and contemporary design, while staying true to the aesthetic of the Hlzblz brand.

ETHOS hybrid fitness studio by Sheridan&Co, London – UK

February 15th, 2016

The font used for the brand mark is clean, bold and modern, with the middle stroke on the ‘E’ of ‘ETHOS’ angled in such a way that it seems to echo the typography of ancient hieroglyphics.

Red Bull Studios by Optimist Design, Berlin – Germany

January 6th, 2016



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

Grand Central Recording Studio by Derek Samuel, London – UK

November 25th, 2015

Every aspect of the design has been chosen in order to provide maximum comfort, calm and the very best in audio experience. The technology within the studios has been envisioned as providing a relaxing, creative environment.

Ceramic Installation by Giles Miller Studio at Le Lido Cabaret Club, Paris – France

October 23rd, 2015



Giles Miller Studio is delighted to share it’s most opulent and extravagant project to date… a 30m long ceramic installation on the Champs Elysees for the world famous cabaret club, Le Lido in Paris.

BVN Architecture Studio, Sydney – Australia

October 2nd, 2015

By removing the cladding from the columns, their size was significantly reduced and the decision to leave the columns as built, even with builders’ pencilled notes, provides an authentic level of ‘found’ detail.

Nike Studio at Beijing Art Gallery by Coordination Asia, Beijing – China

September 23rd, 2015

A rectangular changing room features wooden floors and two rows of black lockers on either side of the space, connected by overarching neon strips. Large format type on the glass entrance doors conveys Nike’s “Don’t dream of it. Train for it” philosophy.

Bay C Boutique Hotel by Woodea-studio, Alaçatı – Turkey

August 6th, 2015



1500-square-positioned and found a total of 17 rooms in different categories Boutique Hotel Bay(Mr) C, the tissue that makes you feel embodies the spirit of modernity and the village of Alaçatı nested position.

Gensler Offices, Washington D.C.

May 25th, 2015

Gensler developed a new office space for its own D.C. operations back in 2013.

Office around a tree by Lukstudio, Shanghai – China

January 3rd, 2015

We then surround our tree with the spaces we would spend most of our time in, namely the conference room and our working area. A floor-to-ceiling double-glazing enclosure allows our tree to be omnipresent. Additionally, we devised a way to physically ‘bring’ the tree inside by capturing its shadows.

WSP Group Workplace by Woodhead, Adelaide – Australia

September 2nd, 2013

Original timber flooring, ornate structural columns and expansive timber trussed ceilings are back on show and provide an elegant and timeless backdrop to the modern fit out within. Due for completion in the coming weeks, WSP’s new Adelaide home will provide an open, informal and functional studio space for the growing engineering firm.

EMO and The Real Adventure offices by The Interiors Group, Bristol

December 31st, 2012

Separate space was a major part of the brief and was required for both EMO and The Real Adventure. Both agencies required meeting rooms and spaces which neededto be created for directors, HR Teams, IT Teams, Meeting Rooms and Studio space. Shared space such as meeting and board rooms, telephone booths, reception space was another key requirement.

BBC North office by ID:SR, Manchester

October 23rd, 2012

BBC North is one of the most ambitious projects in the BBC’s history. Opening a new creative hub in the North of England was motivated not only by a commitment to spend the licence fee more fairly across the UK but also to get closer to audiences across the region.