Architecture and Interior Design firm Kraemer Design Group designed their new offices, located in Detroit, Michigan.
PLY atelier designed a Co-Working Space at Otto Campus in Hamburg. 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.
Guests and employees enter o9 Solutions through the atrium of the building, greeted by a large backlit company logo. The main entrance opens up into a brightly lit central cafe and break area, outfitted with display screens where visitors can learn more about the start-up. o9ers can be seen working through various glass-enclosed spaces, exemplifying both the company culture and its non-hierarchal structure.
Creating vibrancy is knowing how to connect the private work space with the communal spaces. This project is about making a central community space , connected to an internal common team space, connected to the personal work station.
Personal workstations, were placed in a split open space. Dividing teams in to sub groups of 4 employees. Allowing privacy and ownership, as much as possible in the open space. Each team’s internal gathering area was designed according to it’s own needs. Some teams needed a closed and split open space, While others used the gathering area as an open central space. Connecting the personal work stations together.
Global consultancy firm, BrightHouse, approached NELSON to develop a space that creatively reflected their culture — a family of thinkers and a creative village where people gather to share ideas.
Located in Ponce City Market, a thriving redevelopment of a historical Atlanta building and neighborhood, NELSON and BrightHouse’s goal was to create a comfortable space where people felt as though they were at home. Collections of warm and colorful textures and materials play a significant role in forming the cozy home-like environment.
The LinkedIn Paris office takes advantage from an Haussmannian building footprint to represent metaphorically a new conception of ecosystem.
The LinkedIn Paris office become the “Worksphere Ecosystem” This metaphor reflect the global values of transformation, collaboration, excellence and the importance of every member, mixed with the local soul, pride, relationship, passion and love. The “Worksphere Ecosystem” is the perfect environment to transform people’s skills into excellences where different workspheres inspire members enhancing their attitudes and skills to reach the best results.
Located in the Moffett Towers, a Class-A Office and R&D complex in Sunnyvale, Comcast’s Silicon Valley Innovation Center (SVIC) rapidly expanded from their existing space into the second floor of an adjacent building. The innovation and development center is designed as a development and collaboration space to build products that change how people connect to entertainment, and information bringing together the best in media and technology.. Comcast worked with Blitz to create a space that would carry over the previous project’s themes of open office space and interactive collaborative zones while creating a uniquely curated space for the development teams.
CPG was retained by Dorel for the design of their new 50,000 SF North American Headquarters at iPark in Norwalk, CT. Transforming the former manufacturing plant provided a unique opportunity to blend Dorel’s culture and style, within a raw industrial space.
The concept for Cloud Room posits that “the best office might not be an office at all.” Cloud Room provides a shared working environment and private member’s club enriched by the people who occupy it. The light-filled space creates opportunities for independence and provides people across a range of fields with the ability to connect and collaborate.
Headspace’s vision to improve the health and happiness of the world immediately resonated with Kelly. When founders Andy Puddicombe and Rich Pierson asked for an environment where employees could be their their happiest, healthiest selves, it was perfect alignment. Together with Joelle Drury of Wolcott AI, Kelly lead the way to transform 18,000 square feet of raw production space into a balanced, playful home which would serve as Headspace’s first intentionally designed headquarters.
For us, the new interiors of the Coca-Cola HQ represented a big challenge, due to the long history and the strong personality of the brand.
In Coca-Cola every moment has to be a celebration. Each meeting, each committee and each conversation have a special character, that doesn’t exist in other companies. Happiness is, with no doubt, the strongest value of the brand, and the one that inspired Stone Designs’ team to approach the project.
IT company FluidOne, after going through a significant rebrand and coming to the end of their lease, needed a new place to call home. Their new workplace was found, the 8th floor of the newly refurbished ‘More London’ building, on the South Bank of the River Thames. Interaction were appointed to conceive and deliver a full design and fit-out, to take the opportunity to create an extemporary workplace that reflects their new corporate identity and cultural values.
Integration, Transparency and Sustainability were the pillars requested by clients to prepare the reform of the Advertising Agency, which would leave a house in the neighborhood of Ondina to the commercial center in Av. Tancredo Neves. In addition to meeting the new demands of functionalities, it was necessary to leave aside the pop aesthetics of the old house and reposition itself in the market, in front of its clients, as contemporary, in its new headquarters. The conceptual definition was based on the postmodern aesthetics of BRUTAL MINIMALISM with concrete and apparent installations always seeking the formal reduction and the use of neutral colors. These items guided the choices of all the architectural and decorative parties adopted in the project.
A premier international investment bank, GCA delivers deep expertise in many key industries with particular focus in Technology, Software, Media, Digital Media, Communications, Healthcare and Financial Institutions through their offices in San Francisco, New York, Tokyo, Frankfurt, London, Manchester, Milan, Mumbai, Munich, Osaka, Shanghai, Singapore, Tel Aviv and Zurich.
Within the antiquated structure of Tel Aviv’s first tower, watch the bygone days shake hands with the future. A brand new space features bona fide more code translators and giant mother boards cloaking the walls. A hi-tech dream fulfilled for Israel’s leading cyber security start-up.
Newline Insurance Company Limited, based in the City of London, was formed in 2006 and is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of US Corporation Odyssey Re Holdings. The Client’s brief was to reclaim and recycle as much of its existing furniture, fixtures and fittings as possible when moving from its former office in Minster Court, to a new space at The Corn Exchange, 55 Mark Lane, EC3. Interactive Space managed the design, building services and fit out team to create a new 17,600 sq ft office floor at 55 Mark Lane.
When relocating its New York City office, a major law firm sought to upgrade and modernize its operations. The design team embarked on a two-phase project that responded to the firm’s key objectives: create a distinctive new space and achieve the flexibility necessary to respond to the ever-changing practice of law.
It is a project to host a technology startup, the site is a floor of an old office building of Curitiba-PR, is the only floor of the building that has a prolonged on the slab of the garage below, a kind of “Covered porch” all glazed.
The sectorization is simple, in the entrance a wait and the meeting room, then the workspaces and in the “balcony” the social areas.