North Office Interior by Skylab Architect



Designed by Skylab Architecture, this office design concept targets a branding company that has their 10,000 square feet.The design responds to alternative social interactions-cooking, eating, lounging, and gaming-that inspire creative work. Workstations are replaced with modular structures, furniture and equipment defined around each activity. Collaboration is based on portability and a cluster-on-demand breakaway from the traditional static office.

The overall impression of the design is that of professionalism, but every now and then you can see some details that make a certain room, office or recreation place special. For example all the furniture is dark in colour and pretty conservative, but the atmosphere in the offices is brought a funny touch by the little golden lamps on the desks or tables.

As a matter of fact the dark colours are dominant in the working area because the lunch area for example is quite light and using white and transparent materials, this way being able to relax the brain and eyes. They use both plastic and other synthetic materials, together with raw wood and the result is spectacular. Any way, the overall impression is great.


Published by in Architecture, on February 3rd, 2009

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