Posts Tagged ‘work areas’

Municipality Offices by Crielaers & Company, Hollands Kroon – Netherlands

April 18th, 2017

The interior design has provided three different types of work areas: landing spaces, team spaces and individual spaces. “Now that everything is in place, we feel that the interior fits us like a glove.”

Zalando office by Fyra, Helsinki – Finland

April 1st, 2017

When Interior Architects Fyra was assigned to provide the interior design for the Zalando Tech Hub in Helsinki, there was a clear-cut vision from the start: Zalando hoped for not only more space but for a raw industrial look, a vivid colour scheme based on the brand colours and a wide variety of work areas and stations.

GTB Office by M Moser Associates, Shanghai – China

March 21st, 2017

With retaining existing creative staff and recruiting new members a priority, GTB was determined to create a work environment that supported a healthy lifestyle and work-life balance. WELL certification for the design would underline its focus on ‘human sustainability’.

Magic Box office by Denys & von Arend, Sant Cugat – Spain

October 10th, 2016

The heart of the office is a creative space featuring a solid eight meter long iroko table. Designed to facilitate diverse working methods, it is both a space to work individually and a free surface on which to think, draw and share creative ideas.

Neustar offices by STUDIOS Architecture, San Diego – California

June 10th, 2016

Angled wood panel walls and recessed seating nooks provide a buffer between work areas and more active zones. The design employs color blocking to denote quiet concentrative spaces in calming blue with lively collaborative areas in vivid yellow.

The Bloc office by Foz Design, New York City

April 19th, 2016

The space’s open concept has a casual, creative feel that reflects the agency’s own brand. With a variety of meeting spaces and work areas, as well as standout views for all to enjoy, the design fosters efficiency and inspiration.

Paysafe office space by cache atelier, Sofia – Bulgaria

February 18th, 2016

We developed the concept each meeting room to be developed and dedicated to a country so as a final result we had 19 completely different meeting rooms – different furniture, lighting, decoration, feeling.

Norbolsa office by SUBE, Bilbao – Spain

December 12th, 2015

In the new headquarters Norbolsa aims for a brand image that feels close, nurtured, without stridencies or unnecessary luxuries, exuding confidence to the clients.

Security Sat offices by Oarquitectos, Santiago – Chile

December 10th, 2015

Cool down areas with “mimbre” hanging seats, wood veneer finishes, colored playrooms and state of the Art technology facilities. Acoustics panels and ceilings were used throughout, as well as design furniture and colored carpets.

Zebra Technologies offices by tvsdesign, Lincolnshire – Illinois

October 6th, 2015

Each collaboration space and amenity is carefully placed and designed to spark interaction, creativity and the exchange of ideas. Laboratories are showcased by their placement in the center of work areas visible through glass partitions.

SAB Miller India Office by Zyeta Interiors, Bangalore – India

August 27th, 2015



SABMiller is one of the world’s leading African brewery companies with their presence in over 80 countries.

Gensler Offices, Washington D.C.

May 25th, 2015

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

Cornerstone OnDemand Headquarters by S.K.I.N Design Studio, Los Angeles – California

January 14th, 2015

S.K.I.N Design Studio has created a new design for Cornerstone OnDemand’s Headquarters in Los Angeles, California.

Shopify offices by MSDS Studio, Toronto – Canada

January 7th, 2015

The concept for the design is based on the “mechanisms of contemporary commerce”. So, the block of conference and meeting rooms is set up like a market street with signage. The louvered wall is broken up and patterned to reference the vitality of a marketplace.

Transport and Logistic Company Office building by 4PLIUS Architects, Kaunas – Lithuania

August 20th, 2014

Companies‘ brand colours were used in the interior, a soothing white colour dominates in the work areas, while a combination of green glass, light-brown wood and black were chosen for the common areas.

PagerDuty offices by Studio Sarah Willmer Architecture, San Francisco – California

August 2nd, 2014

The all-hands space, a generous and flexible area at the heart of the office, functions as a break room, dining room, and public event space, while the neighboring kitchen allows for quick set-up, cleanup, and access for gatherings.

KOIL workplace by Naruse Inokuma Architects, Kashiwa-shi – Japan

July 12th, 2014

To enhance an unbiased and open atmosphere, and avoid visual associations, many walls are left unfinished, with ductwork often exposed along the ceilings. Simple materials are otherwise used, including cement and plaster boards, wood flooring, and plastic or rubber tiles.

Heavybit Industries office by IwamotoScott Architecture, San Francisco – California

July 25th, 2013

The second and third floor workspaces are planned as an open working environment with desk pods and several conference rooms on each floor. The conference rooms are made to appear as a set of sliding walls constructed of Polygal over steel frame and painted exposed metal studs.

Intermedia office by Shubin + Donaldson Architects, Woodland Hills – California

July 5th, 2013

Innovation and the ability to offer all in-house capabilities were primary client characteristics necessary to express in the design. A comfortable balance of forms, spatial layout, and material relationships was sought in response to this, studying of the history and future of Media and how architectural intervention could convey the interconnectedness of that subject matter as well as the interests of the client.

Giant Pixel office by Studio O+A, San Francisco – California

July 2nd, 2013

Upstairs a suspended fireplace and chimney create another arresting focal point evolving into mid-area workstations, a conference room, private break cabanas and finally a coffee counter at the back.