Offices & Stores
Relocated to a historic building in San Francisco, Lithium’s headquarters designed by Huntsman Architectural Group are modern office spaces offering its employees cool design…and plentiful pops of high-impact purple!
This progressive social media CRM company is a leader in its field, and needed its office to reflect that. By housing all of its staff in one central location across two floors, a sense of unity was formed.
Posted by Suzanne at 4 October, 2013
The ASOS Global Headquarters in the Greater London House, Hampstead Road, London, have undergone a refurbishment encompassing three floors. The modern office design project was completed by MoreySmith and created a renewed, inspirational environment for the over 1200 employees who work at this online fashion company.
The offices now expand over 100,000 square feet including the open workspaces, reception area, lounges, cafe and coffee bar, special event area, press zone, showroom and various meeting rooms. The interplay of hues, texture and dimension works so well in these modern spaces, representing this innovative fashion company impeccably.
Posted by Suzanne at 27 September, 2013
Energetic and funky, the new Davies Meyers offices in Hamburg, Germany were self-designed by the company. A multi-channel creative agency, the firm occupies two floors of modern office space in a building above the district of St. Pauli and the edgy Reeperbahn.
Colors abound with magentas, ruby, grape, lemon yellow and turquoise surfacing throughout the diverse interiors. Walls hues are varying shades of pastels, with bold graphic wallpapers and partitions featuring illusional patterns of raised paneling, objects like books and contemporary designs which contribute a bit of kitsch.
Posted by Suzanne at 18 September, 2013
Dressed as an urban denim company, Deeluxe Est. 74 Clothes Factory & Supply Co. embraces a modern retail design exuding a vintage sentiment stemming from 1940s-era America.
With trend-driven designs for men and boys, the brand, which was established in 2004, prides itself on its denim collection which features original treatments, detailing, cuts and washes.
Store interiors vary, but this particular layout is a chic pop-up exhibit featured at the Bread & Butter Tradeshow in Berlin this past summer. Resembling an authentic, timeless appeal, this booth design features a horse ranch-style entrance, washed wood flooring, distressed surfaces and freestanding sawhorse tables displaying color-coordinated pieces.
Posted by Suzanne at 12 September, 2013
A definite game-changer, the NFL Headquarters in Midtown Manhattan are six-stories of shiny and new modern office design by Ted Moudis Associates.
Moving just two blocks north on Park Avenue from its previous location, these digs are fresh, edgy and tell the NFL story with four themed floors based on the association’s main entities: The Game, The Teams, The Fans and Innovation. The fifth floor is dedicated to the Officiating Command Center, which is set up with a plethora of television screens, phone banks and work stations offering a futuristic vibe. Other work-play zones include sprawling conference rooms, a contemporary cafeteria with culinary stations and full kitchen, fitness center with locker rooms suited for celebrities and a retail store just for employees.
Dynamic, digital graphics play a huge part in the energetic interior aesthetic, with hallways, back-lit walls and elevator banks depicting players in action, stadium charts and inspirational words. One elevator hallway is clad with an intricate mural of game tickets, while floor designations replicate glowing scoreboard numbers.
Posted by Suzanne at 11 September, 2013
While Google’s locations always amaze, their latest endeavor in Tokyo, Japan is a graphically-enhanced dream office space designed by Klein Dytham Architecture.
As with the firm’s other international offices, the aesthetics are largely based on that specific region’s culture. The particular design in Tokyo takes that goal to the next level and is profoundly evocative of Japan’s tradition and symbols, translating into colorful textures and fabric throughout the imaginative work spaces.
From landmarks and quintessential architectural elements to indigenous animal and plant life–think koi, dragonflies, plum blossoms and bamboo gardens–these offices are wrapped in Japanese-inspired wallpapers, murals and dimensional cut-out wall partitions. Freestanding and modular furnishings throughout possess modern quirk, yet it’s the graphic details spanning the multi-floor spaces that make these offices a stand-out.
Posted by Suzanne at 5 September, 2013
Simply beauty. This is what the Delbôve Cosmetics flagship store in Brussels, Belgium exudes with its sweep of clean, modern retail design by Christophe Remy.
Throughout this luxurious skincare shop which is rooted with history stemming from the 1950s, pristine white interiors glitter with mild gold accents including the series of Art Deco-inspired framed wall murals and chic script logo. Glossy dark wood veneer wraps the reception desk, product displays and laboratory workspace which all feature sleek, brushed-gold trimmings.
Posted by Suzanne at 29 August, 2013