Dutch firm pink cloud has proposed a solution to the existing vacant office space located in high urban areas as a result of the recession. Using a kit of parts, the infrastructure of old towers can be transformed into a series Pop-Up hotels providing tourist with a diverse set of accommodations across the urban metropolitan. Based on a scalable system, the concept takes advantage of the growing Millenials and their desire for space that is multifunctional and social.
Dubbeldam architecture + design create a modular space through reclaimed and recycled shipping palettes.
blackLAB architects use their personal surroundings as inspiration for their working space. The feature wall showcases an endless supply of prismacolor pencils that are readily available to the designers. While the table projects their working habits with their children.
Igloo Design brings together the worlds of work and play within their container space. A wallpaper background of books creates a grid-like pattern within the room to comment on our digital culture and need for constant information.
Alain Courchesne and Anna Abbruzzo of Igloo Design
Samare Studio displays their thought process up on the walls. From images, to markets, snow shoes to set squares, nothing is left on the cutting room floor.
Mania Bedikian of Samare Studio
A garden pavilion containing a small office along with a storage space.
The project consists of the renovation of the building existing 10,402m² surface area, the redesign of the facade taking into account the overall structure, the repair of the technical premises, and the optimizing of office surface space.
The space features a doubt height communal area which overlooks the lower basin which is the heart and focus of the workspace.
The interior design is based on a minimalistic approach filled with clean, contemporary and functional spaces.
Environmentally friendly, low-energy sculptures showcasing its operational efficiency and infrastructure systems.