Posts Tagged ‘workspace’

Insight Creative offices by Yellow 6 Design, Auckland – New Zealand

January 16th, 2017

Relocating from character space in Britomart, the challenge was to create a new environment with personality. The new space needed to be energetic and cater for both social and workspace.

WiNGS Office by lauckgroup, Dallas – Texas

January 14th, 2017

We introduced new exterior windows in key places, like the end of corridors, to give access to the exterior while still being resourceful with our budget. Another layer of the design was about making spaces feel comforting and familiar—as if you are just hanging out in your living room.

Ironhide Game Studios offices by Martinez Rudolph Architects, Montevideo – Uruguay

January 9th, 2017

The color gradient appropriately codifies the space in a both a friendly and understandable manner and is reiterated in the carpeted floor, furniture and articulated band that runs along the program.

NTT Data Romania Office by Morphoza, Cluj-Napoca – Romania

November 30th, 2016

The office interior design stays true to the company’s values and the variety in workspace means employees will never lack inspiration.

Robeco office by Fokkema & Partners, Rotterdam – The Netherlands

November 22nd, 2016



Connectivity & sustainability are key to the design of the workspaces. To create more connection between employees, Fokkema & Partners added comfortable open staircases to the building.

The Roof Lifestyle Concept Studio by The Roof Studio, Petaling Jaya – Malaysia

October 14th, 2016

Concrete floors are dressed with elaborate furnishings and plenty of industrial elements such as metal and brick, creating a chic yet classy feel, impressing visitors and clients who visit the studio. Beautiful timber wood floors are seen in the main office workspace, where nuances tend to be lighter and more open, enhancing productivity in the studio.

Fondation des Terrains Industriels headquarters by Studio Banana, Geneva – Switzerland

October 13th, 2016

The new layout proposes a re-organization of competence teams in clusters, where each has a dedicated space with specific tools, support rooms, furniture and a distinctive chromatic identity.

Reward Gateway Offices by Area Sq, London – UK

October 9th, 2016

Designed with the user in mind, Reward Gateway’s new workplace includes a number of spaces, which support staff wellbeing including a secret garden, a reflection room, and an on-site library.

Sky Offices by BDG architecture + design, Leeds – UK

September 28th, 2016

BDG used the natural layout of the space to inform the planning where possible, taking the brief into account and providing open plan space, quiet zones, interaction zones and specialist facilities, including a small TV studio for one-to-one broadcasting.

Nordea Office by Peldon Rose, London – UK

September 20th, 2016

The overall office design is inspired by Nordea’s Scandinavian roots which is the prominent style in the bright, elegant reception area. The natural timber ceilings and minimalist look are traditional Nordic design.

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.

Huawei Global ICT office by Codex, Dublin – Ireland

August 13th, 2016

Branding is subtely integrated into the colour scheme without attempting to be overly Corporate. Red characterises the Huawei logo and green was used to symbolise its Irish operation. The scheme veers away from front of house/ back of house traditions of the past.

Hoogan et Beaufort restaurant by APPAREIL architecture, Montreal – Canada

July 31st, 2016

Raw materials such as steel, wood and concrete, were selected to complement with the spirit of the place. The style is simple, but warm, and signed by Kim Pariseau, Founding Architect of APPAREIL architecture.

citizenM Tower of London by Concrete Architectural Associates, London – UK

July 14th, 2016

The ground floor is where guests enter and check in at designated terminals, but it also features five homey spaces, replete with comfy seating areas, a television, and even a fireplace, where to relax, mingle, or if you really, really must, get some work done.

Symantec Offices by AP+I Design, Mountain View – California

July 6th, 2016

The aesthetics are modern and sophisticated, while maintaining an element of quirkiness and the unexpected. Natural materials are emphasized and accented with strong pops of color and branding throughout. Unexpected touches in the lighting, furniture and accessories provide moments of curiosity for the end user.

Kobunshoin publishing office by GRIP&Co, Tokyo – Japan

June 13th, 2016

In the center of the space is a large bookcase, symbolizing a large tree of the type you may find in the grounds of a school and designed to be the focus point of communication between staff members.

Prothena Biosciences office by Think Contemporary, Dublin – Ireland

June 7th, 2016

Having the workspace located at the centre of the design allowed for all nine of the private office pod’s to be positioned around the perimeter – providing pod user’s with natural daylight and creating a visual flow throughout the entire office.

MIA Design Studio Offices, Ho Chi Minh City – Vietnam

June 1st, 2016

The design idea is not so special, we just try to make working space simple and convenient enhance the adaption to the surrounding landscape, blur the boundary between inside and outside.

One Queen Caroline Street Offices by Penson, London – UK

May 10th, 2016

With the latest items of HOTCAKEs project tables, drive pods and other freestanding furniture items brimming with functionality, the workspace truly works around people rather than people having to work around it.

Fusion Design Consultants offices, Boston – Massachusetts

May 8th, 2016

The design process was a truly collaborative exercise in which all employees were able to voice their wish list for an ideal office space. We were able to successfully combine these elements into a unified and inventive workspace in which no one feature overpowers the rest.