Photography by Sergey Melnikov Paum Design have designed a modern office in St. Petersburg, Russia, that includes a meeting room wrapped in walls of curved glass. The meeting room draws the attention of the interior as it’s stepped up from the main office floor, creating a focal point within the office, while the glass walls […]
When one thinks about his or her workplace, rarely does it conjure images of comfort or feeling right at home. However, for TKSTYLE BOUTIQUE, their offices in China are a perfect example of how adding a touch of home can make for a more productive and welcoming work environment. While not a true home/office combination, […]
Photography by Okko Oinonen Interior design company dSign Vertti Kivi & Co., have recently completed new offices for Reaktor, a design and technology company based in Helsinki, Finland. The interior designers were tasked with creating an office environment that would make the premises be as comfortable as a home. Photography by Okko Oinonen The design of […]
British practice Piercy & Company has cut an atrium through a three-storey office building in London’s Mayfair and suspended a white steel staircase in the void. Savile Row, the Mayfair street renowned for being the home of bespoke tailoring, has been the home of Derwent London for 17 years. The property company commissioned London architects Piercy & Company to refurbish
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Haptic and Nordic Office of Architecture have won the competition to redesign the Norwegian government headquarters after it was damaged during a fatal terrorist attack six years ago. The winning proposal called Adapt was developed by Nordic Office of Architecture and Haptic under the same Team Urbis. The architects are working with engineering firm Ramboll, landscape studios SLA and Bjørbekk & Lindheim, and consultants Asplan Viak, COWI, Aas-Jacobsen, Per Rasmussen,
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Designer Efil Türk of Llun, has created a collection of minimalist decorative paper clips that were inspired by traditional Turkish motifs. Efil explains “The figures of ‘eli belinde’, ‘koç boynuzu’ and ‘akrep’ in Turkish kilim motifs are the main idea of ornament shapes.” Each shape has been delicately designed for a modern lifestyle. […]
Photography by Jasper Sanidad Sometimes when designing a space you want to highlight an area or have a bit of fun with the design, and that’s what Studio O+A did when they were designing the San Francisco offices of Yelp. In this area of the office, they were inspired by Amsterdam’s Bloemenmarkt and the Dutch […]