Every office has its own dynamic and its own way of being productive and friendly. We can learn a lot from the big companies but their strategies can’t always be adapted to suit small spaces. Small and medium-size companies usually have their own strategies when it comes to
This is an office organized on two floors which cover in total an area of 180 square meters. The newly designed interior was completed in 2017 and features a very beautiful blend of contrasting styles and elements. On one hand, the architects wanted to bring the history of the space back to life and to let the past inspire the new decor. On the other hand, the need for modern features was not something to toy with. The result was an eclectic style which integrates the old and the new into a very harmonious mix.
The architects and their clients agreed on an office layout based on interaction rather than on a standardized organization which is characteristic to
Creativity was important, both from an aesthetic and functional point of view. The interior design of the office is simple, with a few classic details here and there, some industrial charm, a few modern elements and also a little bit or retro quirkiness. The highlight of the office is a mobile golden bookcase which holds a large collection of Chinese books related to art, some antiques, toys, Lego models and all sorts of other things, all brought back by the company’s founder from over 50 different countries.
Most of the office interior is just a large and open space. Actually, even those areas that have their own separate function still look and feel like a part of the whole. A perfect example is this corner nook which is in fact a multifunctional space. The glass walls help to delineate it but also help to maintain the close connection with the rest of the office space.
The whole office looks and feels very cozy and welcoming and has a homey character. This is ensured by a variety of elements, including all the collectibles, the book collection, the