Posts tagged as 'office interior'

Mon 11.1.

Dentsu London by align (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Dentsu London by align

Dentsu London by align

Japanese minimalism meets Star Trek. The relocation of Dentsu (now McgarrryBowen) to new offices in London’s west end – a total of 11,000 sq feet over four floors. The brief included: combining multiple divisions for the first time under one roof in the west end; bringing all the various business and geographical cultures together; creating a high-impact space with a real sense of arrival. (text by align)

 

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Wed 6.1.

Saturday Group by Jackdaw Studio (UK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Saturday Group by Jackdaw Studio

Saturday Group by Jackdaw Studio

When the Saturday Group took over the 3rd floor of the Biscuit building we were appointed to design and deliver a complete new fit-out for them. Our space planning worked around the needs of all the companies within the group, with a phased scheme designed for minimal disruption, allowing work to carry on as normal. We kept a minimal palette using white poured resin floors, Vitra desking and our own bespoke furniture and glazing system. (text by Jackdaw Studio)

 

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Mon 4.1.

GitHub by FENNIE+MEHL Architects (US)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.01.2016 - Tagged as: ,

GitHub by FENNIE+MEHL Architects, photo: Eva Kolenko

GitHub by FENNIE+MEHL Architects, photo: Eva Kolenko

At the core of GitHub technology is social collaboration, which we find not only physically evident in their new office space itself but also manifested throughout the design process, a seamless collaboration between client, architect, designer, builder and local manufacturers. The primary objective of the design was to provide a variety of environments to accommodate different personal work styles and flexibility for the space to evolve and transition over time. (text by FENNIE+MEHL Architects)

 

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Wed 2.12.

No Picnic by Elding Oscarson (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.12.2015 - Tagged as: ,

No Picnic by Elding Oscarson, photo: © Åke E:son Lindman

No Picnic by Elding Oscarson, photo: © Åke E:son Lindman

No Picnic is one of the world’s largest design consultants, covering industrial design, product design, and packaging design; as well as art direction, consumer insight, and architecture. We could hardly imagine a better oriented client, and expected nothing less than an ambitious, demanding, and fun project. They wanted large, open office spaces, a prototype workshop, a prototype showroom, several project rooms, and a striking customer area, distinctly separated from the other spaces in order to maintain secrecy. (text by Elding Oscarson)

 

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Mon 23.11.

99c Offices by Inhouse Brand Architects (ZA)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.11.2015 - Tagged as: ,

99c Offices by Inhouse Brand Architects, photo: Micky Hoyle

99c Offices by Inhouse Brand Architects, photo: Micky Hoyle

When Inhouse Brand Architects was approached to create the new Cape Town offices of top South African advertising agency 99c, its interior design team used the opportunity to produce an extraordinary, yet more efficient, work environment.

 

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Tue 6.10.

Carloft Kreuzberg by Dittel | Architekten (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.10.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Carloft Kreuzberg by Dittel | Architekten

Carloft Kreuzberg by Dittel | Architekten

DITTEL | ARCHITEKTEN designed an exclusive showroom at Carloft in Berlin Kreuzberg. Visitors find an exciting interior including a bar with lounge for guests and a show area with an adjoining patio. A special advantage of the Carloft is the possibility of safely parking one’s youngtimer or classic car on ones’ own floor – and displaying the vehicle on suitable occasions. (text by Dittel | Architekten)

 

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Mon 24.8.

Siemens Office, Stavanger by Magu Design (NO)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 24.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Siemens Office, Stavanger by Magu Design, photo: Arne Bru Haug

Siemens Office, Stavanger by Magu Design, photo: Arne Bru Haug

Magu Design’s client Siemens needed to consolidate different departments scattered throughout Stavanger (Norway’s third-largest urban zone) into one building, the recently completed Golf Tower.

 

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Wed 19.8.

Office K2 by Design Studio Baraban+ (UA)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.08.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Office K2 by Design Studio Baraban+, photo: Andre Avdeenko

Office K2 by Design Studio Baraban+, photo: Andre Avdeenko

Design Studio Baraban+ has designed the interiors of MacPaw, a software development company based in Kiev, using a theme inspired by computer circuitry.

 

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