An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about workspaces

Project • By Lebel & BoulianeOffices

Lift & Co’s Eclectic Toronto Office

Housed in the old offices of the Church of Scientology at John and Queen Streets in Toronto, the new headquarters of cannabis education and market research start-up Lift & Co is a dynamic tribute to their brand and social culture. Inspired by the company’s new brand identity, a relaxed and fresh take on Southern California Beach culture, Lebel & Bouliane crafted a dynamic and colourful office space that meets the diverse, and emerging needs of this fastgrowing industry leader. Doublespace Photography Doublespace Photography Designed with a restrained budget, Lift & Co delivers a lot of design. A three-storey, stark white office space contrasts with the historical wood and brick structure of the existing building... More

Product • By VicousticVicOffice Desk Divider Top

VicOffice Desk Divider Top

Desk divider with acoustic performance VicOffice Desk Top was developed to help you managing privacy between working places. It will help you to visually divide working places and at the same time, since it has great sound absorption characteristics, it will help you controlling the acoustics of your office. VicOffice Desk Top comes in different sizes to be compatible to different desk dimensions. More

Project • By MakeSpace ArchitectsOffices

A Contemporary Cube With a Parametric paradigm

Being a young enterprise, Rajat and I wanted a small studio, to step our identity in India after moving back from London. A studio that matched our taste of minimalism and that enabled us to explore new imaginative ideas. we decided to choose  a 1150 sq.ft contemporary studio which is truly experimental in its materiality, Porosity and Style. We have played with the cube shell, through a Minimalistic approach, and believing that “Less is more”. Through use of simplified visual compositions, the ambience of the office is ecstatic, Collective and collaborative. The space inherits the subtlety of contemporary interiors using shades of grey and retaining natural materiality . The studio follows a strict principle of lines and... More
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Project • By Drawing Hands StudioOffices

The KC Workplace

Area : 600 SFT. Typology : Interiors, Workspace Status : Completed  Year : 2019 Design Team : Shruti Omprakash, Dinesh Kumar Execution : Studio Context Architects Location : Chennai, India Photography : Phosart Studio The workplace as we know it today is the result of explosive creativity stretching the traditional rules of the workplace in the past, where hierarchies, social politics, and a general sense of rigidity prevailed. In today’s world, an office has the possibility of looking so many different ways.  This design for Kabadiwalla Connect, a young promising waste-management company in the city began with a need for achieving high levels of productivity in the workplace and had to accommodate the client’... More

Project • By Perkins&WillOffices

Willis Towers Watson Latin America Headquarters

Global architecture and design studio, Perkins and Will signed the project for Willis Towers Watson’s new office in Brazil. The design for the leading global advisory, broking and solutions company’s new office features various references to São Paulo’s indentity and its most iconic spots.In order to meet Willis Towers Watson’s corporate culture – which places a strong emphasis on connecting office design to the local community, landscape and culture - vibrant colours were used in all of the areas in reference to São Paulo’s iconic grafitti walls. The cafeteria has two grafitti-like murals, created by artist Rogério Pedro, and a breathtaking view from the city’s skyline.Another reference to São Paulo’s culture is the sidewalk’s pattern... More

Project • By GenslerOffices

Davis Wright Tremaine Headquarters

Davis Wright Tremaine LLP, recognized as one of the most innovative law firms in the world, sought Gensler’s expertise in the site selection and design of its new headquarters in downtown Seattle. The firm sought a new space that would support its commitment to openness, collaboration, and excellence while allowing for the flexibility and efficiency that modern legal practice demands. A lease of eight floors in an iconic new tower was the perfect fit.Our team worked with Davis Wright Tremaine to explore the latest advances in legal workplace design and leveraged Gensler research to inform thoughtful, data-driven decisions. Together we created a space that is welcoming for clients and inspiring for the firm’s lawyers and staff. Office sizes... More

Project • By Kuth Ranieri ArchitectsOffices

SFO Big Room

A Joint Venture Project: Gensler and Kuth Ranieri Architects, with Hamilton AitkenThe SFO Big Room is a 200-seat office that will house the design-build teams awarded the Terminal 1 Renovation contract for the five-year duration of the project. A one-story structure contained within an existing airplane hangar, the Big Room was designed to encourage exchange and collaboration between disciplines and offer an engaging environment in which to create a cutting-edge airport terminal.The interiors are designed to evoke the high-quality hospitality experience the client values for terminal design, yet with a budget-conscious materials palette. Clean white walls and ceiling planes, punctuated with screening elements of plywood on exposed... More

Project • By FOR design planningOffices

Mavrik Offices

The word Mavrik (short for "maverick"), comes from a Texas free thinker rancher and refers to anyone with an independently mind. Inspired by this idea, FOR., in collaboration with Jennifer Nagy Delli Fraine from the branding agency Haute Creative, articulated the concept around a modern ranch look, featuring raw materials such as wood, exposed concrete, leather, lacquered and matte steel to design non-standard work environment.In these offices of more than 2,000 sq.ft., a succession of layers separate public and private spaces: in the foreground, the open workstations; then the service area (kitchen, conference room) creates a first transition; finally a large block of walnut panels closes the public space. This long wooden w... More

Project • By Saransh ArchitectsOffices

The Architect's Studio

The Architect’s Studio, located in Ahmedabad, is designed as a place of work for a design firm. Located on the fourth floor in a relatively old residential building, the two penthouses were used as an architectural office and a residence. Due to multiple renovations over the years, the existing penthouses became a mess of jumbled walls, leading to poor ingress of natural light. The design intervention consequently undertaken consisted of the existing premises being stripped bare and rebuilt with minimal transparent partitions – this was a conscious decision to enable visual linkages throughout the space.The Studio occupies a site area of 1750 Sq.Ft. To accommodate the requirements of the growing firm, an uninterrupted space was created and... More
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Project • By RMJMOffices

RMJM d3 Office

RMJM has moved its international Headquarters to Dubai Design District (D3) in early 2016. D3 is a new freezone under the management of Tecom Investments; the projectis attracting both local and international design talent and is destined to become an exciting and vibrant centre for the creative industries - based in Dubai but with an influence stretching across the whole Middle East and North African region.RMJM’s interior design team was responsible for designing the interior of the company’s new office and creating an environment that is both fun and a showcase for the team’sexceptional talents.RMJM’s new office in Dubai Design District heralds a new era for RMJM in the Middle East. The interior design consists of a modern industrial loo... More

Project • By Cera Stribley ArchitectsOffices

CS-A Office

In the Conway Building built in 1914 on the Chapel Street Strip, Cera Stribley Architects set up shop in one of the studios in the old department store. As custodians of this grand studio space, the team has embraced the buildings character, with its lofty ceilings, elaborate cornices and decorative flooring.Respecting the buildings existing structure, the team has sensitively designed the fit out as freestanding furniture built to install as joinery and if ever removed will not interfere with the existing building shell, including the open plan kitchen which hosts daily team lunches as well as ‘round table’ discussions and presentations. The parquetry floor and the decorative ceilings have been not just embraced but highlighted with the op... More

Project • By OIII architecten bvOffices


What makes you enjoy going to work? For Atlassian it is the core business. The company develops software for cooperation and agile work processes and has been selected as best employer in the world. Everything is based on the idea that people achieve more when they enjoy their work. How that is manifested in practice is clear from the interior of the new Amsterdam office. An Amsterdam canal belt building dating from the 1950s has been converted into an open and informal workspace. The company’s character connects informally with the Amsterdam building’s local identity. Atlassian is an international company, but also aims to reflect the local identity in the atmosphere and design of its offices.The reference point in Amsterdam was... More

Project • By WorkplaceOffices

Home-like office for Allegro

Home is a place where we return to. It gives us positive feelings, making us want to spend our time there. It is a place where we perform our daily duties, such as cooking, but above all else, it's where we relax. We share it with our loved ones, and is a warm place that we invite our friends and acquaintances to.On the other hand, an office connotes with a cold, uninviting space. It's a labyrinth of long corridors with no natural lighting, bland offices with unpleasant fluorescent light and noise, and unfamiliar co-workers hidden behind closed doors. Is this the kind of place where we enjoy working? Is this the kind of place we want to return to?What if the office could look and feel more like home? What if we use different finish material... More

Project • By Tiovivo CreativoOffices

Office and Coworking Tiovivo Creativo

Tiovivo creativo, an interior architecture and design studio from Valencia (Spain), has designed its new office on Ruzafa´s neighborhood with its most personal stamp based on a classic postmodernist environment with a certain tendency to eclecticism.These office is conceptualized to create a functional and multipurpose space, where all of the details have been created looking for the maximum optimization of the space, considering that additionally to the design studio purpose, these offices are also offered as a coworking space. The characteristics of the premises allowed the creation of a working ecosystem with a special connection with nature, where the division of the different working areas are dynamically projected, joining together to... More

Project • By Tiovivo CreativoOffices

Novatec Group Offices

Contact with tiovivo creativo company is contact with uniqueness, personalization and creativity. That's what thought Novatec, a company very consolidated in automotive sector with more than 10 years of experience, specialized in the manufacture of plastic injection components. Novatec was looking the way to capture their experience and identity in their facilities located in Náquera (Valencia), more specifically in the office area. As we discover the company´s facilities and their different manufacturing processes, we realized the high organizational and technological level necessary to "assemble" all perfectly. This concept, along with the sophisticated installation equipment, was the key to design this space.   We&ac... More