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Spacious and Modern Offices with a Marked Industrial Style

By • Dec 28, 2017

HR&A is a project completed by the LA based in 2016. The structure serves as the offices of a leading consulting firm specializing in economic, real estate, and urban planning, and which has offices in New York, Dallas, Washington D.C., and, with the completion of CHA:COL’s project, in downtown Los Angeles, California, USA. The offices cover a total ground area of 2,500 square feet.

Reception area with modern furniture in brown and white
Main entrance to the offices area
Modern closed cubicle in glass with shelves

The offices are located on the 29th floor of a high rise complex known as The Bloc, and so boasts stunning views north and westward of the city of Los Angeles. The floor plan for the offices is designed in such a way that the work stations are not completely separate from one another, creating a work environment that fosters flow of communication and emphasizes team work. Also available for all employees are conferences areas, both large and small, a sort of “phone booth” which provides acoustic privacy, and a lounge and break area. Such a combination of environments allows workers to fully use all office installations as they see fit.

The exposed ceiling fixtures serves to give the entire office space an industrial feel which, paired up with the contemporary furnishings, gives the interior a unique look.

Office area with wooden bookcase space
Detail of the bookshelves made out of light wood
Small open office
Elegant and modern meeting room
Spacious and functional offices area
Office area divided into cubicles
Relaxation space with kitchen and dining area
Kitchen with dining space
Relaxation area next to glass cubicles
Relaxation space in intense and bright colors

Modern Project that Seeks to Integrate the Architecture with the Landscape that Surrounds It

By • Dec 22, 2017

P&D+I KLABIN Center is a project completed by the Brazilian architectural firm in 2017. The research, development, and innovation center covers a total ground area of over 3,000 square meters, and is located near the entrance of Villa Harmonia in Monte Alegre, Brazil.

Construction surrounded by extensive gardens
Concrete bridge that works as access ramp

It was important for the clients that the project manage to integrate the architectural ensemble to the surrounding landscape, which is characterized by an open, green expanse bordered by a lush and verdant wood. In order to do this, the architectural firm made themselves think of the project as a whole as a humanized landmark. The end result is a structure that is perfect for the intellectual immersion of the researchers, and which exists in perfect harmony with the surrounding historical buildings.

/ External view of the modern construction
Modern glass wall entrance
Corner with gardening work

The structure is contemporary in its design, with glass walls that allow natural light to flow into the interior spaces. Inside, the structure is wide open and spacious, providing any number of spaces in which to conduct a variety of activities. The main block holds three floors with laboratories, lounges, dresser rooms, meeting rooms, and research centers. The annex faces north and holds an auditorium which can sit up to 80 people, as well as exposition areas, rest rooms, and an area for events and exhibitions.

Internal corridor filled with light
Interior with glass walls
Corridor of blue glass walls
Waiting area with modern black leather furniture
Laboratory equipment
View of the laboratory
Spacious office area in black and wood
Internal stairs with glass railings
Spacious exhibition area
Conference area
Conference room in black and wood
Night view of the modern construction
Night view of the gardens
Complete view of the construction
Modern construction surrounded by gardens
Modern construction with glass walls
Night view of the construction

This Wonderful Remodeling of an Office Building will Make you Want to Renovate Yours

By • Dec 20, 2017

These modern offices belonging to the group Mobile technologies, were renovated by the architectural firm of Cristiana Vannini, a Florentine by birth and Milanese by adoption, and her team of professionals which includes the architects Alessandra Spaltini and Enrico Muccio, and whose firm focuses on private houses, workplaces, hospitality, and various other architectural fields, from refurbishment of rural architecture to interiors in the city of Milan, Italy.

Modern reception area filled with natural light
Modern reception in earthy tones

Located in the city center, the early 1900s historical building that hosts the company has been completely renovated to give a new and dynamic twist to the interiors, creating and defining Buongiorno’s corporate image.

Brown and beige reception furniture
Modern hanging lamps
Modern kitchen area
Brown and beige kitchen area

The project includes common spaces and working areas. On the ground floor are located the reception, a modern and elegant space that will give a first impression to their prospective and future clients, and a multifunctional area.

It also has a cafeteria area that can be converted into a meeting room, depending on the needs of the team.

On the higher levels are located large open spaces, meeting rooms, and private offices, alternated with common spaces like coffee-points and telephone booth areas.

Nobody can doubt the wonderful change that this old construction has undergone.

Kitchen in beige with steel electric appliances
Dining area and modern kitchen
Modern entrance in shades of brown and beige
Corridor with telephone areas
Modern office
Modern and spacious office areas
Modern offices in shades of black and white
Meeting areas
Large meeting room
Dining and relaxation area
Kitchen with coffee area
Rest area

Takeru Shoji Architects Built a Unique Building in Niigata Prefecture, Japan

By • Dec 14, 2017

What do you do when you can’t decide whether you want to build in an urban or suburban area? You do what did and take up residence somewhere like Chuo Ward, an area where the city center gradually gives way to the suburbs.

Exterior of the building
Interior with large plants

Located in the Niigata Prefecture, Japan, this home – so-called Wow!Sta. – was completed in 2015, and covers a total area of 258 meters squared. The building has the advantage of being only a couple of blocks away from the hustle and bustle of busy city life, while also enjoying the quiet solitude of the street upon which it sits. Its wooden shutter-like walls add to this by mixing a sense of privacy with an inviting sense of exposure. The structure has three different levels, each with a distinct purpose.

Balconies with wooden curtains
Drinks area

The first serves as a restaurant, done in a modern style and mixing wood with concrete. Touches of green in the form of plants dot the space, allowing nature to join the fun.

Bar area with nearby tables
Kitchen area with a view

The second level is an office space, wide and luminous, with wooden floors and minimalist lighting, which emphasizes its functional style.

The third level holds a multipurpose rental space which includes a kitchen and a bathroom, and which enjoys the added benefit of an outdoor area.

Working area equipped with tables and chairs
Bathroom
Exterior view of the building
Exterior view of the street

Furniture Store Located in Tolmezzo, Italy by Ceschia e Mentil Architetti Associati

By • Dec 11, 2017

This furniture store, which is located in Tolmezzo, in the province of Udine, in Italy, was designed by Mentil Federico from the architectural firm in 2005.

Exhibition area enclosed in glass
Exterior halls

The lot, measuring a total of 110 square meters, had been previously used as a warehouse deposit for a small shop from the 1970s. A first intervention turned it into a commercial space dedicated to the sale of products to complement bathroom furniture. A second intervention expanded its size.

Exterior halls
Exhibition area enclosed in glass

The need for an exposition space for the different pieces of furniture, in particular for the wood fireplaces, suggests to clients a new expansion that will be built beside the warehouse previously mentioned, in a lot formerly occupied by a parking lot. The wishes of the client were to create a new space that would communicate through the creation of window exhibitions.

External exhibition area
External exhibition area

The plane is broken, in a way, by a small space open to the sky, which can be observed through two windows opposite. There, a small garden grants the air life and floor, while at the same time dividing the space in two – into the furniture exhibition with a reception and meeting area, and into a visualization area.

External exhibition area
External exhibition area
Fireplace
Fireplace
Fireplace
External exhibition area
Chair exhibition
Chair exhibition
Office area
View from the second level
Dining
Exterior view through glass walls
Exterior view through glass walls
Exterior view through glass walls
Exterior view through glass walls
Exterior view through glass walls
Exterior view through glass walls
Exterior view through glass walls

Innovation Campus Where Entrepreneurs, Engineers, and Policy Makers Innovate to Support the Green Economy

By • Dec 4, 2017

The La Kretz Innovation Campus (LKIC) is an interdisciplinary center where entrepreneurs, engineers, and policy makers innovate to support a green economy, one that improves human well-being and social equity while significantly reducing environmental risks and ecological scarcity. The center is located in the city of Los Angeles, California, USA.

Exterior view of the center entrance
Interior of the center with high wooden ceilings and skylights

The campus comprises 3.2 acres (61,000 square meters) and was designed in the year 2016 by the The building has a variety of spaces, including offices, conference rooms, laboratories, prototyping workshops, and even a space for events with a capacity for 140 people.

Interior of the center with high wooden ceilings and skylights
Meeting area with vertical gardens
Meeting area with vertical gardens

In contrast, the interior is designed to be modern, clean, flexible, and adaptable, using a palette of inexpensive yet dynamic materials. Construction complies with new CAL-Green environmental standards, and LEED-Platinum status is anticipated.

Meeting area with vertical gardens
Meeting area with vertical gardens
Meeting area with vertical gardens
Interior of the center with high wooden ceilings and skylights

In its interior, its high ceiling holds multiple skylights that allow the light to flow in and to flood the spaces, thus granting the building a way to significantly lower its energy consumption.

Internal area with modern lights
Internal area with modern lights

The reception lobby of the building is a modern and open space where a vertical garden fills the room with greenery, marveling those lucky enough to glance upon it.

“Innovation campus where entrepreneurs, engineers, and policy makers innovate to support the green economy”

Internal area with modern lights
Kitchen with meeting areas
Kitchen with meeting areas
Work area
Work area
Interior of the center with high wooden ceilings and skylights
Interior of the center with high wooden ceilings and skylights
Interior of the center with high wooden ceilings and skylights
Work area

Office Space Subdivided Into the Different, Allowing Each One to Function as a Hub and to Modify their Working Space as They See Fit

By • Nov 23, 2017

Lightspeed, a point-of-sale and e-commerce software provider based in Montreal, Canada. In 2017, they commissioned , the designers for the first phase of the firm’s headquarters, to create a new floor to be dedicated to product development. The structure covers a total ground area of 1,200 square feet.

Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.

The offices are located on the ground floor of a 19th century railway hotel, the chateau-style Viger Railway Station, which makes the original structure an iconic landmark that stands out in Old Montreal’s skyline. Some semblance of the building’s past is preserved in its interior, clearly visible in its exposed rough red brick walls, their rusticity in stark contrast with the industrial and sleek modernity of the remaining elements of the décor.

Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.

The office space is subdivided into the different teams that make up the company, allowing each one to function as a hub and to modify their working space as they see fit. Each group has their own desks, meeting room, and social area in the open floor plan, divided through the use of blocks of pastel colors that cover the walls and floors. In this way, they seek to maximize the cohesion of each team by giving them a space that they can use as they wish and feel comfortable in.

Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.
Interior of the offices in which it shows a perfect combination of modern styles with rustic.

This Wonderful Project is a Prime Example of the Home Office Concept

By • Nov 17, 2017

Peak Office is a prime example of the home office concept, as delivered by the Thai architectural firm, based in Bangkok. The structure, which was completed in 2017, covers a total ground area of 1,200 square meters, or 3,937 square feet.

View of the main facade
Modern facade of the office building

The project is located in the Bangkok, Thailand neighborhood of Town in Town, and is, for the most part, surrounded by low rise buildings that feature both traditional and contemporary design. As such, the architectural firm had a unique opportunity, that of turning this structure into a local landmark while still keeping the harmony with the buildings that surrounded it.

Angular view of the modern facade
Details of the modern building

The client is an aficionado of car racing, which is a quality with which Pure Architecture wished to imbue the structure, giving its outer façade a sense of dynamic movement and speed. A section of this façade is made out of biowood that is sculpted and placed in such a way as to create a wave on the otherwise flat surface, adding to this same effect.

Modern wave-shaped design
Details
Modern design of main entrance
Spacious and bright interior
Interior with glass walls
Internal stairs
Stairs with black metal railings

The interior space is distributed across different levels. The ground floor holds the parking and reception areas; from the second to the fourth floors are the office spaces, which are available for rent; the top floor holds the owner’s resident area.

Spacious interior
Interior garden
Glass walls with view to the interior garden
Internal corridor
/ View of the internal garden
Terrace
Modern bathroom in white
Night view of the main entrance
Exterior night view
Night view of the office building

New Headquarters of the Dachland Offices in the City of Hechtsheim, Germany

By • Nov 8, 2017

Dachland is a company that specializes in roof insulation, greening roofs, and photovoltaic energy. The architectural firm , under the leadership of the architect Julian Andreas, was commissioned in 2016 to carry out the design work for the German company’s new headquarters. The resulting building covers an area of 2500 square meters (or almost 27,000 square feet), and is located in Hechtsheim, a district of the Rhineland state capital of Mainz, Germany. Since its foundation in 1969, the company has installed more than 4 million square meters of roof insulation, both in Germany and abroad.

Black imposing construction
View of the planted roof
View of the roof
Black high walls and aligned windows
Main access street
Side view of the construction

A new headquarters was needed for the approximately 50 team members that are employed on the Mainz site, so Dachland launched a selection contest, which won in December 2013.

In this project, the architects gave great value to the isolation of the entire site, which means that the construction yard, with all its functional requirements, is not visible from outside the site, giving it a degree of privacy. The patio door is normally closed and immediately in front of it, visitors find the visitors’ parking and the main entrance.All areas of the roof have been planted, giving the imposing construction a touch of nature.

View of the offices
Main entrance to the offices
Entrance to the offices
Views of the glass walls
Exterior views
Stairs with high concrete walls
Stairs to the offices
Stairs
Offices of glass walls
Offices with wonderful views
Entrance to the offices
Office area
Corridor
Modern meeting office with views
Office with meeting table
Modern office
Office with windows
Kitchen area in green and white
Kitchen area in black
Internal dining area
Modern bathrooms
Storage

Studio with a Modern Design Born From the Need for a Larger Space in Which to Work and Perform Day to Day Tasks

By • Oct 25, 2017

Welcome to exquisite new studio, located in Poznan, Poland. It was self-designed by the Polish architectural firm in 2017, and is more specifically located in Jezyce, one of the administrative subdivisions of the city of Poznan.

Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white

The design and creation of a new office came from the need of a larger space in which to work and perform day to day tasks, as the studio’s old office, though a hit, had grown too small for the Polish architectural firm. As it stood, the move to a larger space also provided the studio with an opportunity to stretch their creative muscles and create something that better reflected their artistic identity.

Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white

The new studio is done in a sophisticated, minimalist style, making use of only matte black and white and the elegant effect that is so easily obtained when they are allowed to stand in stark contrast against one another. The only place where color is allowed free reign is in the conference room, which still has white walls and chairs and a long black table, but also has a shelf that runs the length of the entire wall, and upon which sit a number of creative magazines and other publications, their covers an ensemble of color.

Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white
Fantastic and modern interior with a predominantly minimalist interior done in black and white

Edelman Offices Designed by Pallavi Dean Interiors

By • Oct 12, 2017

The Edelman team and strived to design this new office to create the best possible user experience. To achieve this, they invested a lot of time, starting at the beginning of the project, in trying to understand the needs, desires, and problems of the Edelman team.

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Denton Associates Designed Offices in an Eclectic Style for Uber

By • Oct 10, 2017

These modern and colorful offices belonging to the transport company Uber, and that are located in the city of London, England, were recently designed by the architectural

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Sophisticated and Elegant Office in Vilnius, Capital of Lithuania Designed by Karchman Architech

By • Sep 25, 2017

Oleksii Karman, of the architectural firm , designed this office, located in the historical area of Vilnius, capital of Lithuania, close to the hustle and bustle of the city center. The sophisticated office covers a total ground area of 100 square feet, and was completed in 2017.

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Vibrant and Colorful Office Designed by the ACDF Architecture Firm

By • Sep 19, 2017

Playster is a young, fast-growing company offering a subscription-based global entertainment service with offices in New York and Los Angeles.  has been the firm in charge of designing its new offices located in Peel Street, downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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Office Space Designed by Usual Studio + Ten-Arch in the QSW Culture Center in Shanghai, China

By • Sep 15, 2017

This stunningly unique office space is located in the QSW Culture Center in Shanghai, China, and was designed in 2016. Usual Studio + ten-arch, the architectural firm in charge, created this space while perfectly meeting their client’s needs – creating a low-budget space that was still innovative and that would inspire creativity and productivity.

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Design & Creative Associates designs an Office in Tahara City, Japan

By • Sep 15, 2017

Village Foods Co. is a food and beverage corporation located in Tahara City, Aichi, Japan, and they recently had this office designed for them by . It covers a total ground area of 3,230 square feet, and was completed in 2017. Village Foods Co. is an international corporation, as it has many restaurants which are located not only the nearby area, but also in other places in Japan and even abroad, and they are rapidly growing.

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Architectural Firm RIMA Arquitectura Designed a Project Located in Mexico

By • Sep 1, 2017

Architectural firm has designed a project in an area of 500 square meters located in the north of Santa Fe, in Mexico City, Mexico in 2015. The home was designed specifically by Ricardo Urias, Rodrigo Espinosa, Yolanda Bravo, Maria Martinez, Daniela Pereyra, David Castillo, and Luis Animas, and consists of a interesting office complex, which attempts to cover both the functional and aesthetic needs demanded by the client.

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