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Redbull’s New Headquarters In Amsterdam

We all know what Redbull is and some of us even drink it on a daily basis but what we don’t know is how exactly this company’s headquarters looks like. Today we’re going to take a look at their Amsterdam headquarters and see how exactly they decorated this place.

This modern and colorful place is located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and was built for Red Bull Netherlands. The architectural firm that was asked to take over the project was Sid Lee Architecture. They worked with Fiction Factory and 2D&W for aspects related to the building and the furniture used inside. The headquarters sits in the North side of Amsterdam’s port area where the artistic and the extreme sides of the city meet.

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The project started in an old heritage shipbuilding factory. In order to capture Redbull’s essence the architects decided to divide the spaces in a way that would reflect the company’s philosophy and that would make the distinction between reason and intuition, art and industry very visible.

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This way the interior of the building consists of transitions between public to private spaces, from black to white and so on so forth. Also, the finishing touches really made this place seem real. Notice the fun bathrooms for example or the hypnotizing images on some of the walls. I would say the architects managed to capture the essence of this company very well.{found on archdaily}

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Posted in Interiors on December 2, 2011

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Simona Ganea
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