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Lukstudio’s concept involves containing different areas within a series of voids. The voids, which appear as white boxes on the building’s facade, encompass a cafe, brainstorming area, meeting room and a breakout lounge.
Splashes of green are used throughout this Thai TV production office in Bangkok, revamped by Thai firm Anonymstudio.
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A palette of wood and plaster in muted tones creates an informal, home-like environment that is more akin to a lounge than an office.
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Assembly Design Studio has converted a large warehouse in Pittsburgh into a workspace for Uber where self-driving cars are engineered, built and tested. More
The designer used glass, drywall and the existing concrete structure. The floors are painted dark blue, and the kitchen is fitted with light-grey lacquered cabinetry.
Japanese design studio Nendo designed a set of mirrored interiors for a cafe and office in Tokyo’s Kenzo Tange-designed Sogetsu Kaikan building.
KAAN Architecten converted the 1950s De Nederlandsche Bank building to create its 1,400-square-metre headquarters. It describes the office’s utilitarian layout with refined details as “functionalism with added value”.
If the old adage “tidy desk, tidy mind” holds true, then the workers at these 12 minimalist offices are at their mental peak.
Canadian designer Anne Sophie Goneau transformed part of an old building into this workspace for tech company Dynamo, located in a part of Montreal that has become a creative hub.
White boxes contain different spaces for socialising and working inside the cafe and co-working space Atelier Peter Fong in Guangzhou, which was recently fitted out by Lukstudio.
The latest series of images by photographer Marc Goodwin offers a look inside 14 Shanghai-based architecture studios, belonging to firms including Neri & Hu, Archi-Union Architects and David Chipperfield Architects. More
Argentinian studio It Met used corrugated plastic and sheets of wood to partition the workspaces of this advertising agency in Buenos Aires.
Danish brand Reform has updated standard IKEA cabinetry with brass doors to create this golden-toned kitchen at the headquarters of Copenhagen-based fashion designer Stine Goya. More
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Kinfolk magazine office by Norm Architects 1 of 12 Dynamo office by Anne Sophie Goneau 2 of 12 68 Claremont Free Space by Tom Chung Studio 3 of 12 Circus office by It Met 4 of 12 Atelier Peter Fong by Lukstudio 5 of 12 Aesop head office by Post-Office 6 of 12 Green 26 production office by Anonymstudio 7 of 12 The Garage by Neri&Hu 8 of 12 KAAN Architecten office by KAAN Architecten 9 of 12 The Modern House by The Modern House and Assemble’s Louis Schulz 10 of 12 Sogetsu Kaikan office by Nendo 11 of 12 Squint/Opera animation studio by Sibling 12 of 12 12 minimalist office interiors where there’s plenty of space to think
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The It Met team wanted to adapt the building to better suit the nature of the company, and decided to create versatile spaces through the use of translucent, opaque and soundproof panels.
Architecture firm A+I has expanded the Lower Manhattan offices of ad agency Horizon Media, creating a variety of spaces that range from private phone booths to a break room that can accommodate up to 300 people. More
Studio11 has combined industrial finishes with plush furnishings and colourful art to create the interior of its own workspace in Minsk. More
Located within a former manufacturing warehouse in Bloomsbury, the 232-square-metre space is split into two rooms – both with a pared-back look designed to respect the original building.
Phone booths with grassy carpets, a floral mural, and rose-pink and lemon-yellow furniture feature in this women-only co-working club in Toronto, designed by locally based MMNT Studio. More
British designer Tom Dixon has opened a new flagship store, showroom and offices inside a Victorian coal yard in London’s King’s Cross. More
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Dezeen promotion: with open-plan offices ever popular, furniture brand Vank is offering a range of soundproof pods that can be slotted into almost any workspace. More
Shanghai studio Neri&Hu has converted a former missile factory in Beijing into this car repair garage and offices with an industrial-style metal staircase.
Interior architect Arjaan de Feyter kept to a material palette of blackened steel, dark walnut and deep-green marble to create this pared-back office for a lawyer near Antwerp, Belgium. More
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Philippe Malouin’s design studio Post-Office used a minimal colour palette and custom-designed furniture to turn a London warehouse into the UK head office of skincare brand Aesop.
A concrete staircase overlooked by a glazed showroom and library forms the centrepiece of this headquarters for a textile brand in Mumbai designed by SJK Architects. More
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Vancouver-based Leckie Studio has revamped an industrial building in the city for Slack, taking design cues from the original features and the Pacific coast climate. More
Architecture studio Soda looked to “rigorous” layout of Regency-era squares to create this contemporary co-working space in central London, which features a roof terrace, gym and drinks bar. More
Spanish studio SelgasCano has completed a third plant-filled workspace for Second Home, in the west London building that housed Richard Rogers’ first architecture studio as well as providing the setting for cult 1960s film Blowup. More
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The building’s L-shaped corridors are flanked by mirrored sections framed in black, which echo the building’s aluminium window frames. Pale wooden floors change grain to indicate the relative position of the centre’s exterior reflective wall.
Preserving as much of the original building as possible, Neri&Hu juxtaposed metalwork and grey paintwork with refined walnut timber and brushed bronze elements that recall the craftsmanship of antique cars.
Tables and desks by Louis Schulz from Turner Prize-winning studio Assemble are paired with vintage furniture and contemporary artworks in the office of architecture-led estate agent The Modern House.
Studio Ben Allen has inserted a spiralling plywood staircase in the centre of an office in Birmingham, England, which is designed to get workers moving. More
The aim was to create a space the reflects the ethos of the brand, which specialises in the sale and letting of Modernist houses.
London nightclub Ministry of Sound is opening a Squire and Partners-designed co-working space and members’ club with a bar at its centre to appeal to the “next generation of rebel creatives”. More
The studio created a series of rooms, with a drapery track system that enables the space to be reconfigured for different uses. Materials are economical, hard-wearing and required little or no finishing.
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Interior designer Chiara De Rege has aimed to create a cosy atmosphere at the Brooklyn location of The Wing, a women-only co-working space that is expanding rapidly across New York. More
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Danish studio Norm Architects took influences from both Scandinavian and Japanese design to create this pared-back gallery and workspace for Kinfolk magazine in central Copenhagen.
Australian design studio Sibling installed a grid system based on 3D rendering programmes to define the working areas within the Melbourne headquarters of digital animation studio Squint/Opera.
A trail of rainbow-coloured cables, which match brightly hued walls and seating, threads through the Toronto offices of tech company Slack by Dubbeldam Architecture + Design. More
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Canadian firm Tom Chung Studio converted an industrial space in downtown Toronto into Free Space, an office and events facility with furniture that can be easily reconfigured.
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As well as defining work spaces, the white-coated steel mesh grid is also designed to create a level of privacy while allowing views through the office.
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Bookcases and partitions appear not to meet the ground at this chocolate-coloured workplace in São Paulo, by Studio Arthur Casas. More
Architecture firm Woods Bagot has used “New York City grit” as an aesthetic reference for the interiors of its Downtown Manhattan offices. More
Dutch studio KAAN Architecten works in offices of its own design in Rotterdam, featuring coarse concrete columns, smooth white walls and rich walnut floorboards.
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From an advertising agency in Buenos Aires to a TV studio in Bangkok and the headquarters of Aesop in London, take a tour of some of the best calm and pared-back workspaces around the globe.
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The Modern House by The Modern House and Assemble’s Louis Schulz
Contrasting green and white ceilings and walls feature throughout the 60-square-metre office. The working space is simple and spacious, furnished by a long desk in dark green and contrasting white chairs.