Posts Tagged ‘work tables’

SSENSE Offices by Humà Design, Montreal – Canada

March 13th, 2015

Humà Design has designed a new office space for SSENSE located in Montreal, Quebec.

Droga5 headquarters by ROGERS PARTNERS, New York City

December 3rd, 2014

In contrast to many corporate office models where offices with views are preserved for the highest in rank, the space is designed so everyone shares in the daylight and views while private offices are placed against the core, encased in glass.

Bluebeam office by DES Architects + Engineers, Pasadena – California

September 21st, 2014

To anchor each floor, wine-bar-inspired common spaces provide areas for both informal and formal interaction. Retro-style, pendant lights act as visual markers to identify a variety of collaboration areas from the bright, velvet seating pods to the long, communal work tables.

TripAdvisor office by Kyoob-id, Singapore

October 26th, 2013

TripAdvisor’s owl logo icon is reconstructed in 3-d veneer finish, and cast in glass to create a peek-a-boo into the two adjoining meeting rooms, which can be combined into one big room for larger group discussions.

Büro Miami’s Coworking Space by Tamara Feldman & Studio X Architects, Miami

June 3rd, 2013

The office is roughly 10,000 square feet and is located in the trendy neighborhood of Sunset Harbour in South Beach. The office currently features 33 private offices, 40 open desks, and various long communal work tables. It is very modern-chic with lots of open space and natural light.

OGILVY & MATHER office by Stephane Malka Architecture, Paris

April 8th, 2013

Stephane Malka Architecture was commissioned by Ogilvy & Mather to redisign their new headquarter by les Champs-Elysees in Paris.

21 Cake Headquarters by People’s Architecture Office, Beijing

October 29th, 2012

The design for the headquarters of 21 Cake, a popular gourmet cake franchise, relies on the interaction of the three primary colors: red, yellow and blue. Selected walls of the office, namely those along circulation areas, are made of laminated colored glass. These glass panels are ‘layered’ to create a full spectrum of changing colors.