Natasha Levy | 10 April 2018 | Leave a comment Offices in a converted warehouse centre around suspended concrete staircase
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Natasha Levy | 24 May 2018 | Leave a comment Arjaan de Feyter uses moody material palette for Belgian lawyers office
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Natasha Levy | 26 April 2018 | Leave a comment Sweeping staircase forms centrepiece of engineering office by Studio Ben Allen
“Homepolish: The Startup Turning the Interior Design Industry Upside Down.”
A chic wedding boutique business had grown to encompass retail, consultation service, and office needs, but the loft space had yet to be optimized for all three functions. A large tent-like structure dominated the floor and blocked the arched windows.
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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
Amy Frearson | 5 January 2018 | Leave a comment 14 Shanghai architecture studios photographed by Marc Goodwin
“Homepolish aims to take work spaces to the next level, and it’s starting to grab the attention of other startups, thanks to their unique vibe and unconventional pricing.”
Finding an old restaurant space just above Washington Square Park, a Homepolish commercial designer gut renovated the space to become a calming respite that still pays homage to the urban environs.
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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
Interior design studio Nicole Hollis has inserted charred black boxes for storing project materials into its new offices in San Francisco. More
Bridget Cogley | 24 March 2018 | Leave a comment Squire and Partners to create co-working space for Ministry of Sound
A new model ad agency in SoHo expanded to the floor above their original offices, which unfortunately was rather drab.
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A tech support company moved into a Midtown office they described as “horrendous,” a space filled with 80s-style cubicles, awkward pillars, and executive offices that blocked off all of the windows. Imagine Mad Men, but in a bad way.
Architecture firm Woods Bagot has used “New York City grit” as an aesthetic reference for the interiors of its Downtown Manhattan offices. More
A trendy 6 year-old shoe brand had grown beyond its original small SoHo office. The group of 30 employees needed a space to embrace company culture and expand their team.
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
Index Exchange’s Collaborative NYC Workspace View case study
“Homepolish practices what it preaches by using its own office as a design laboratory. As startups are prone to rapid growth… Homepolish is keen on creating temporary solutions that don’t reveal aesthetic impermanence.”
“Never underestimate the power of a space to transport you. So much of Soludos is inspired by our travels, and there is a story behind almost every piece in the space. Our hope is when you walk in the space, you’re taken away from the hustle and bustle of Broadway. And Homepolish made that real.”
A venture capital firm wanted to open a satellite office in San Francisco, serving a hospitality purpose of hosting meetings and entertaining clients. It had to be decidedly different from their headquarters in Menlo Park.
A team of three Homepolish designers redesigned the floor to be flexible, accommodating the constant shift in tenants, while keeping it homey and approachable with vintage furnishings and antiqued rugs.
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
A Homepolish commercial designer rearranged the floorplan and inventively repurposed already existing elements to make the small NoHo space perfect for both visiting clients and employees alike. And that tent was disassembled and reused as fitting areas, clothing racks, and artistic elements.
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A Homepolish commercial designer helped the company find a new SoHo space and oversaw a complete gut renovation, opening up the floorplan to a bright, airy office, able to accommodate the growing team.
When Barclays launched their new co-working space Rise New York, they didn’t know how to add personality to the space. They had the foundational pieces and sculptural light fixtures but little in the way of warmth and charm.
“Barclays has strong English roots, so we wanted to nod to their heritage but in a fun and approachable way”
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Tom Ravenscroft | 23 March 2018 | Leave a comment Nicole Hollis creates blackened wood library for its San Francisco studio
“This client’s vision was a dream project for me, and I was really able to run wild with the design details of this space. They trusted my judgment and couldn’t be happier with our outcome!”
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Bridget Cogley | 2 February 2018 | 4 comments Vank’s soundproof pods offer private workspaces for open-plan offices
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
“Our intention was to create an optimal environment for meditation and relaxation. That beautiful intention gave rise to an equally beautiful space that is the physical manifestation of that intention.”
Alyn Griffiths | 25 January 2018 | Leave a comment Manhattan offices by A+I offer range of working spaces for collaboration
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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
A young company wished to bring the first-ever meditation studio space to the busy streets of New York. Seeing as they had no predecessors to look to, they didn’t know how to start the design process.
Alyn Griffiths | 1 April 2018 | Leave a comment Studio Arthur Casas uses books to brighten “austere” law office in Brazil
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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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Studio11 has combined industrial finishes with plush furnishings and colourful art to create the interior of its own workspace in Minsk. More
A Homepolish commercial designer infused the office with color and personality through logos, wallpapers, vibrant paint, and custom furniture. As an added bonus, conference rooms and phone booths were built out for better functionality.
“The qLabs layout is not your typical white-walled office. It has a great balance of work space, boardroom meeting spaces, and lounges, as if you’re home on your couch. The design has helped attract new prospective companies as well!”
From accessorizing to buildouts, we handle it all. Our designers and network of vetted, trusted General Contractors and Architects are skilled in creating an on-brand, culture-improving, and functional workspace for you and your employees.
Instead of a typical office space, a Homepolish commercial designer renovated the floor into an edgy and industrial social space, complete with conversation nooks and a well-stocked bar.
India Block | 25 April 2018 | Leave a comment Tom Dixon unveils new King’s Cross studio and showroom in former coal yard
Breaking out of the box, a Homepolish commercial designer went for an egalitarian vibe, ridding the floorplan of executive offices and cubicles and creating a balance of open-plan areas and private spaces (not to mention rounded tables).
Eleanor Gibson | 20 March 2018 | Leave a comment Female co-working club Make Lemonade opens in Toronto
Meg Osman to Speak at UB Innovation Exchange on The Evolving Workplace
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
Taking a bare-bones, glass-and-steel high-rise office space, a Homepolish SF commercial designer created a welcoming floor incorporating residential pieces such as vintage furnishings and richly patterned wallpapers.
“Homepolish respected our vision, made it better, executed it flawlessly, not to mention, their ability to find dope furniture for amazing prices is uncanny”
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Dezeen staff | 29 January 2018 | Leave a comment Colourful booths, furniture and cables enliven Slack’s Toronto office by Dubbeldam
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
An app marketing company had grown tired of their white-box Midtown office, which was devoid of any branding voice. For an exciting tech startup, monotone and standard simply didn’t make sense.
Dan Howarth | 28 February 2018 | Leave a comment Uber builds and tests self-driving cars at engineering centre in Pittsburgh
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
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
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
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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
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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
Tom Ravenscroft | 17 April 2018 | Leave a comment Reform hacks IKEA cabinets to create gold-hued kitchen for designer Stine Goya
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
Eleanor Gibson | 28 February 2018 | Leave a comment Woods Bagot’s self-designed New York studio features black fixtures and exposed concrete
Jenna McKnight | 14 February 2018 | Leave a comment Slack’s Vancouver offices occupy warehouse repurposed by Leckie Studio
“The whole design concept of the Stone Fox Bride space was to make it look so effortlessly chic so as to seem that a designer hadn’t even touched it. Sometimes the best design hides the hand of the maker behind the work.”
“The Homepolish team looks at both the human and culture components and what the founders hope that the space adds to both. In startup mode, where anything can change rapidly, there is the challenge to create an office that feels substantial and permanent.”
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James Brillon | 15 January 2018 | Leave a comment Studio11 uses colour and texture to inject personality into its own Minsk workspace
“We took the space from a boring, empty white box to completely designed! The design and layout really plays up the open, airy, sun-drenched loft feel that was inherent to the space. It’s impossible to walk through and not feel a good energy.”
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
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Eleanor Gibson | 19 March 2018 | Leave a comment Female co-working club The Wing’s third outpost occupies old Brooklyn paper factory
“Our founding principles are focus, excellence, and openness. Homepolish did a great job at translating our business philosophy into a physical space. It captures the company’s transparent and collaborative approach.”
As the in-house Barclays team finished the 2-level build-out, a Homepolish commercial designer handled small details, accessories, finishes, and artwork to express the company’s British roots.
Dan Howarth | 26 January 2018 | Leave a comment SelgasCano transforms Richard Rogers’ former studio into another Second Home workspace
In Quotidian Venture’s co-working space, qLabs, it was essential to make a space that would intrigue possible new tenants and encourage collaboration. Though qLabs had been around for a couple years, the design was no longer optimal.
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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