Posts Tagged ‘workspaces’

IIFL Office, Wealth and Asset Management by Zyeta Studios, Pune – India

October 18th, 2017

In order to create a group of workspaces which follows the office hierarchy, the enclosed spaces were designed along the existing solid wall of the entire office by breaking the opaqueness by the partitions. It’s the references to repetitive patterns in these spaces reappearing.

Venable Office by Alliance Architecture, Washington D.C.

October 13th, 2017

Clear glass walls, open interior staircases, and flexible workspaces reflect the culture of collaboration, teamwork, and open communication between staff and attorneys.

Fox Rothschild Offices by Francis Cauffman, Miami – Florida

September 2nd, 2017

The design team right-sized and re-imagined the law firm’s previous workspaces, responding to firm-wide directives calling for a collaborative and flexible work environment. The designers also increased glazing to full height within public areas, maximizing the open light concept and bringing scenic views of the Bay into the core. For visual impact, they intensified the use of texture on the interior’s horizontal and vertical fields and amplified the color scheme while respecting the nature of the firm’s work and client base.

Argonaut Office by Huntsman Architectural Group, San Francisco – California

August 30th, 2017

With creativity as its driving force, Argonaut’s new headquarters needed to embody the same spirit and soul embedded in its creative process. Such a space was found in a former music venue, the historic Avalon Ballroom, which during San Francisco’s famous late 60’s counter-culture, hosted legendary music performers, including The Grateful Dead, The Doors, and Janis Joplin.

Nordea HQ offices by Zinc, Oslo – Norway

August 18th, 2017


There are no offices or permanent seats, but plenty of places to perform various tasks. Work areas on all floors are designed unified, to provide flexibility.

ADCO Constructions Offices by Woods Bagot, Melbourne – Australia

July 31st, 2017

Form and massing studies led to the creation of a unique screening element. Offering a new perspective to materiality, the brick motif was crafted in timber used in repetition with an application traditionally reserved for brick. The feature wall produced demarcates the space while allowing sightlines to be maintained throughout.

TSH Collab office by Ninetynine, Amsterdam – The Netherlands

July 21st, 2017

Two blue-green-painted pavilions consisting of two closed offices and a mezzanine level on top are located at the short sides of this lowered area. A long wall cladded with anthracite felt is the second organising element in the space.

Guateque co-working offices by Estudio Atemporal, Mexico City – Mexico

July 14th, 2017

Inside the co-working building, which is called Guateque, the existing structure is left exposed and complemented with custom-made furnishings, including wooden desks and bright rugs, and lots of greenery.

WeWork Tower 535 by NCDA, Hong Kong

June 7th, 2017

A pantry inspired by the traditional street kiosks, curved bar counter with wooden overhang inspired by the Ferry terminal, custom-designed sofas are a nod to the Star Ferry’s signature seating, bespoke lighting further evokes Hong Kong’s familiar street signage, trams and florescent lights.

Interactive installation by Studio O+A at Salone del Mobile, Milan – Italy

May 25th, 2017

Visitors were attracted to the stand by the new workplace scenarios presented to them, whether to try-out the wearable office accessories and portable furniture or to don a virtual reality headset and take a peek into the future of the office.

Autodesk Office by White Arkitekter, Stockholm – Sweden

April 27th, 2017

Autodesk’s employees stepping into the new offices in an old industrial building are met by a playful and social workplace that also offers space for focused work.

Deskopolitan office by MoreySmith, Paris – France

April 20th, 2017

Co-workers are offered full use of adaptable spaces including a café, a barbershop, phone booths and informal touchdown positions at ground floor and mezzanine level, all of which promote connectivity and social interaction.

Deskopolitan co-working space by MoreySmith, Paris – France

March 27th, 2017

The community is spread over three floors, with a café, external courtyard and informal touchdown positions at mezzanine level. All floors offer a range of flexible work environments for co-working including open, guest and club space.

Cloud Room by Graham Baba Architects and Brian Paquette Interiors, Seattle – Washington

March 11th, 2017

With over 5,000 square feet of space, Cloud Room houses a large, co-working area filled with rows of tables and chairs, as well as a lounge, a glass-fronted conference room, and phone rooms. Most co-working spaces are sparsely decorated, but Cloud Room is outfitted with all types of places to work, casual seating areas with sofas and chairs, a bar area, along with a west-facing terrace with a fire pit.

Microsoft House office by DEGW, Milan – Italy

March 3rd, 2017

DEGW’s interior design followed Microsoft’s global guidelines in a project aimed at focusing on the very best of Italian manufacturing and design. The building has six floors above ground. The ground and first floors accommodate the Customer Area open to the public, showcasing the company’s products and connected by a custom-designed central stairway.

Andrade Maia Advogados offices by Red Studio & Mundstock Arquitetura, Porto Alegre – Brazil

February 27th, 2017

The entrance hall with its high ceiling and sculptural steel staircase does the transition between these two focal points. It is in this large room that wood is introduced as another element of strong symbolism and its use throughout the spaces creates a sense of internal continuity.

NASCAR Office by Ted Moudis Associates, New York City

February 24th, 2017

The ceiling above the reception area features dynamic, curvilinear forms representative of the racetrack itself. The concrete floor has integrated metal inlays that mimic the identical layout of the ceiling pattern, while the angular walls connect the floor and ceiling dynamically.

Bialosky Office, Cleveland – Ohio

February 17th, 2017

The plan establishes a central core of private and flexible offices, and populates the outer edges with open studio space in clusters of 6-person teams, with a shared standing-height collaboration table. The loft-like design studios have a minimalist industrial feel, boasting a clean white aesthetic with Baltic birch accents and pops of the firm’s signature colors, deep cyan and warm red.

Slack’s European headquarters by ODOS Architects, Dublin – Ireland

February 3rd, 2017

Slack branding is kept minimal, with one company logo branded into wood panels by the lift and another lettered in black behind the reception. “The fit-out expresses the company’s desired aesthetic rather than an explicit use of corporate colours and logos,” said ODOS Architects.

Bain & Company offices by Leonetti Piemonte Arquitetura, São Paulo – Brazil

October 3rd, 2016

The result is an office simultaneously welcoming and relaxed, but also serious and formal according to the necessity of each environment creating different workspaces inside a dynamic office.