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Fri 6.1.

Heimstaden by Ideas

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Ideas creates workspaces one can look forward to spending time in, and Heimstaden’s new headquarters is a perfect example of such a space. Interior design blogs applaude the new design concept, a Mad Men inspired design with an ultramodern vision. Influences from the 50s and 60s are incorporated with clean, modern lines and thoughtfully placed lighting. The elegant and sophisticated furniture combined with subtle details make this office extraordinary.

Colors and expressions are muted and carefully chosen to reflect Heimstadens identity. Experiencing the space remains in focus and thus heightens the creativity for both designers and clients. The materials chosen are sustainable and the design is ageless. The many high-tech solutions in the space offer an exciting contrast to the retro design. The office is approximately 1,000 square meters divided over two floors. It houses 32 work spaces, 5 conference rooms (the largest with a capacity of 24 chairs), and project spaces. The retro feel is present throughout and suits the building from the1960s.

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

 

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