Posts Tagged ‘whiteboards’

Lightspeed Office by ACDF Architecture, Montreal – Canada

September 27th, 2017

With its distinctive architecture and its historical significance, the building is an iconic landmark that stands out in Old Montreal’s skyline. Inspired by the contrast between the historic railway station and the growing tech company, ACDF created a functional and lively office space.

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.

Anglo Colombiano school by AEI Arquitectura e Interiores, Bogotá – Colombia

August 21st, 2016

Blue, green, yellow and red were the colors chosen to fill the different rooms, representing the different hues of the school. Some walls are covered in cushions which can be taken out to allow children to sit on the floor or even construct sculpture-like structures.

PitchBook offices by JPC Architects, Seattle – Washington

August 3rd, 2016

Rather than using solid walls, spaces were defined by a ceiling height differential and defined flooring. The use of raw, reclaimed and industrial materials were used to reinforce the concept of growth, openness and adaptability.

US Assure headquarters by Gresham, Smith and Partners, Jacksonville – Florida

September 26th, 2013

Large glass panels bring natural light into interior offices and conference rooms, reinforcing the principle of transparency. Workstation footprints were reduced, low panel heights were used for workstation walls, and collaborative spaces were dispersed throughout the floor.

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

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.

Googleplex offices, Mountain View

November 16th, 2012

A key characteristic of the Google Campus that makes it so special is its playfulness and just overall fun feeling. The architects noted that Google “valued play as immensely important – allowing employees to treat the world as a massive ground for experimentation.”