Clean, Elegant Office Interior by Landau + Kindelbacher Architects

We all know that work can cause a lot of stress and it would be preferable to work from house. Keeping this in mind, we would like to show you a wonderful office interior design that we hope will inspire you to do the same for your employees.

Designed by Landau + Kindelbacher Architects for ICADE in Munich, Germany, this next office emphasizes the slogan ” quality in everything we do”. After they have changed the entrance hall, the cafeteria, the conference areas, the auditorium and the management areas they opened the door for a new fresh design.

The building presents an open floor plan which is put in light by the use of bright colors in the entrance hall. The architects used wood, natural stone and Corianas in order to give it a natural, warm feel. The design is kept throughout the entire place, even the elevators are lined with natural stone. Furthermore, a strong Bordeaux red was chosen for the carpets and leather coverings and this gives the place some flavor. Another great feature is the enclosed case for the auditorium, this creates an elegant look.

The ICADE building is now a great and inspiring place to work. It is elegant and natural, it has style and quality.{found on contemporist}

Published by in Office Design Ideas, on August 22nd, 2011


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