Rethinking The Future has tried to shortlist a few Creative Office Interiors designed by creative architects & Interior Designers in all the parts of the world.
1. Äripäev Office | Arhitekt 11
Äripäev is Estonia’s most famous and largest business newspaper, radio, and publishing company. The chosen space, Luther’s Machine Room, is a former Luther plywood manufacturing plant, one of the largest industrial buildings in the Baltic States from that time. It has creative office interiors.
2. Elephant-Parade Office | CUN Design
Beijing is a complex diversified metropolitan, where everyone attempts for a small sense of belonging and identity. Even troubled by life stress as well as the Fog days they still went ahead. While the longest time of the day people spend is in office.
3. Fiverr Israel Offices | Setter Architects
Fiverr’s new offices are located in Tel Aviv’s Beit Ha’ikarim – a historic, 4-storey building listed for conservation to which three new floors have been added.
4. Shanghai Sunrise Polymer Material Office | CCDI GW Design
The company is originally located in Shanghai Xuhui functional materials industrial park. Consider its long-term development and the requirement of change, the company choose Shanghai Pingfu Road Poly Xin Park Industrial Park as its new address.
5. The LEGO Group, Shanghai | Robarts Spaces
“ShangHub endeavors to embody the LEGO® values of Imagination, Joy, Fun, Creativity, Learning, Caring, and Quality to the core. By raising the value of user experience through human-centric design, the ambition was to create a world-class workplace where only the best is good enough,” says Sudhir Saseedharan, Design Manager, Global Design and Engagement, Corporate Facilities.
6. Wake Space Up! Urban Eco-Balcony | Farming Architects
We are young Vietnamese and Italian architects, with the intention of opening an architecture start-up in Vietnam. In October 2016, we returned to Hanoi to find a leasing office space. Surveying around Hanoi, we found out that a lot of balconies here are unused, probably because of dust, noise, and burglary prevention problem of the urban area. Citizens hardly communicate – interact with the external environment, with the surrounding neighborhoods. We call those balconies are dead spaces.