Posts Tagged ‘offices’

Savills Office by Futurespace, Sydney – Australia

September 20th, 2017

Savills’ environment is an ecosystem of open, closed and connected settings that support a range of private and collaborative work modes. In addition to agility there is a focus on health and wellbeing, as evidenced by a series of interventions designed to improve people’s lives.

QIN Group Offices by Studio DOTCOF, Chongqing – China

September 14th, 2017

Every box is opened to the outside; the space is open, and maintaining spatial layers in the meantime. They provide “meet by chance” and communication place for people in different departments, who may not know each other before, expecting more possibilities might happen.

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.

Office LAB Coworking Offices by Offconsult AG, Zurich – Switzerland

August 25th, 2017

As a vital part of any Coworking Space, the community area was located prominently by the entrance. The colourful and open Community Area and Kitchen invite you to meet, eat, play and collaborate. Not only does this provide a warm and welcoming experience for any visitor, it also helps structuring the space from busy and energetic zones to more quiet areas for concentrated work.

Otto Co-Working Collabor8 offices by PLY atelier, Hamburg – Germany

August 21st, 2017


Within the framework of ´Kulturwandel 4.0´ a former storage with 1700sqm at 8th floor was developed into a collaboration workspace with different scenarios for open and creative work.

Green Office Park 6 by ILATAAJ, Serpong – Indonesia

August 21st, 2017


The main area is a 5 storey atrium space, richly immersed in natural sunlight under a glazed roof.

Travelstart Offices by Inhouse, Cape Town – South Africa

August 19th, 2017


With its freshly renovated Longkloof offices, Travelstart has done a great deal more than simply change its address.

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.

MediaCom Offices by Workplace Solutions, Warsaw – Poland

August 16th, 2017


Workplace Solutions designed the offices of media and marketing company MediaCom, located in Warsaw, Poland.

3fs Offices, Kranj – Slovenia

August 15th, 2017

According to the company, this determination to build great products carries over to their recently expanded offices — the new design created by their own employees is no different.

Digital Garden by mo.studio, Düsseldorf – Germany

August 14th, 2017


mo.studio created a contrast between the strict orthogonal architecture of the building and the free flowing organic shapes of the office’s interior design.

WeWork Embarcadero Center Coworking Offices by MSA architecture + design, San Francisco – USA

August 11th, 2017


Wework project scope included private offices ranging from one-person to over 70 for lease to perspective
tenants. WeWork members were also provided AV conference rooms, workspace nook banquettes and phone booths.

Smart & Biggar LLP Offices by SDI Interior Design, Toronto – Canada

August 8th, 2017


Several spacious meeting spaces are also accessed from reception, with the waiting area simultaneously providing adequate room for several groups while offering a lounge-like atmosphere with a sub hierarchy of more intimate seating areas.

Atlassian Offices by OIII architecten, Amsterdam – Netherlands

August 8th, 2017


The reference point in Amsterdam was found in the immediate vicinity. The scale of the rear view of the houses opposite the inner courtyard was carried through in the interior design.

Asset Management Firm Offices by TPG Architecture, New York City – USA

August 5th, 2017

In addition to their new workspace, TPG designed an interconnecting stair to stimulate collaboration and innovation. The client underwent extensive growth in NYC as well as globally, and has nearly tripled in size since move in.

Servier offices by ABD Architects, Moscow – Russia

August 4th, 2017

Important requirement from Servier was to create the design with so called French touch, emphasizing the French origin of the brand. Architects in return suggested using combinations of colors and materials, restrained and strict, the golden mean of a combination of incongruous things, such as an office and a French interior.

Cultural Creative Park offices by LAD, Guangzho – China

June 20th, 2017

The skylight and old stone seat echo each other just like a stage for the interpretation of the time. The rough texture of the stone is touched by the rays of sun from early morning to the sunset, making people think of the past of this land and feel the time.

Américas 1500 by Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos, Guadalajara – Mexico

May 10th, 2017

The lowest volume houses the hotel, and the three volumes above it are allocated to office use by three different corporations, each occupying one volume in its entirety.

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.”

Fondazione Feltrinelli by Herzog & de Meuron, Milan – Italy

December 18th, 2016



Inside the sharp peak of the roof structure, there is an expansive reading room and classroom. This space has been furnished exclusively with custom works designed by Studio Herzog & de Mueron and at the rear, a large oak bookshelf follows the form of the peaked ceiling. The same material is used in the two lower bookcases that run along the inclined glazing of the façades.