Office Design Ideas

“Work smarter, not harder.” That’s what you’ll find as the underlying stylistic theme in this section of Office articles on Homedit. Whether you’re carving out a tiny desk in a closet or have the opportunity to overhaul an entire space to become the office of your dreams, you’re going to love these Office-related photos and articles.

Give Your Office A Clear And Chic Look With A Glass Top Desk

Glass tops, whether they’re part of a coffee table’s design or on a desk or dining table, always make that piece look interesting. A transparent glass top makes the base stand out more, even if it’s very simple in design. Glass tops also give the whole room a more transparent, clear and spacious look because they go almost unnoticed.

A small office or workspace could definitely use a desk with a glass top. This one, for example, has a very light and delicate design.{found on dwellingsbydevore}.


An Outside The Box Office With A Waiting Room Inside A Shipping Container

These are the offices of Cape Town branding agency 99c which was designed by South African firm Inhouse Brand Architects. The architects were asked to transform the top 3 floors of a new building in the east of the city into a functional, unconventional and pleasant work area. They decided to organize the office space into two separate zones. The work spaces are separated from the breakout areas in order to allow employees to better concentrate without mixing work with fun.

Because the office occupies three floors, the architects decided to remove a section of the concrete slab which separates the 8th and 9th floor and to put instead a staircase. This way they facilitate the interaction between employees and encourage movement.

The team has the great task of transforming a total of 3000 square meters of space so they had plenty of freedom in terms of space but also lots of details to think about.


The New Cisco San Francisco Offices Feature Wooden Pavilions & Sunken Seating Areas

Cisco had to move into a new office space because the old one had become too small. Their new San Francisco headquarters was designed by Studio O+A. The interior is, as expected from such a big company, very friendly and functional. The headquarter occupies two floors and has waterfront views, with a total surface of 110,000 square feet.

The design created aimed primarily at maximizing daylight and creating a bright and open atmosphere. Another important goal was to provide communal areas where the staff could exchange ideas, brainstorm, interact and communicate. Before coming up with a design for this new space, the team asked for feedback from the staff regarding the things they liked about their old office and from there they created a custom design.


Home Offices With Incredible Color Pairings

Your home office should represent you, your style, your work and what inspires you the most. It should reflect what you love the most but, if you’re expecting clients, it still needs to be presentable and stylish enough to wow them! Today, we’re showing off 10 incredible, versatile and stylish color pairings that work for a variety of home offices, maybe even yours!

1.Lavender and Cream.

Such an inspiring, incredible space, this feminine and hand-touched home office is perfect for those that need an airy space to dwell in. The lavender is such a feel-good color and the cream is a neutral that always works when you need an air of womanly spirit.


Pinterest’s San Francisco Headquarters – A Restored Warehouse With Industrial Charm

Pinterest is now one of the most popular social websites and it has quickly gained fame and followers, which allowed it to rapidly grow from a small company to one with hundreds of employees. As a result, the need for a headquarters became apparent.

The Pinterest headquarters is located in San Francisco. It’s in a warehouse that has been restored and it has a strong industrial feel although it was transformed. The concrete walls and the exposed beams are visible throughout the space. The whole building is very open and there are not many private workspaces. It’s basically one huge work area where employees can interact, brainstorm and feed each other’s creativity.


Golden and Blushing Home Office Accents

Your home office should not only be a reflection of yourself but versatile and functional enough to get work done. If you’re inspired by whimsical accents, bouts of girlish charm and stylish combinations, then golden and blushing accents may be what you need to decorate and adorn your office with. Let’s take a peek at some fashion-forward and trending ideas to start your brainstorming and redesign.

1. Bits of funky artwork.

Adorn your space with a collection of delicate, funky artwork. Make a collage, line a corner or scatter them throughout.


Dropbox’s New San Francisco Office – A Playful Space Designed To Be Functional & Comfortable

It’s important to have fun at the workplace and to feel comfortable there. After all, it’s like your second home. Most big companies understand that and we’ve seen a lot of beautiful headquarter and office interior designs which focus on making the employees feel welcome and comfortable. Here’s a new great example. It’s the new Dropbox headquarters located in San Francisco.

It was a project by Boor bridges Architecture and Geremia Interior Design. The space is filled with energy and it has a dynamic and playful interior. The team focused on maximizing functionality but also also on making the space feel cozy.


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