An open and agile creative studio space for Gray Puksand’s Melbourne-based team of architects and designers. Gray Puksand has completed its new Melbourne studio fit-out by walking the walk on their own design methodologies.
We spend most of our time at work and it is desirable that this place to be warm, attractive and simulative. The home office must be comfortable and hospitable as well, a place where passion and joy can be found in the ongoing activities. For all these, HomeWorldDesign has a display in the OFFICE category that contains the latest achievements not only of world famous designers but also of young ones full of enthusiasm and creativity. Offices belonging to companies all over the world, private offices and also office furniture, or classical and modern projects all these can be found in this category in order to delight and inspire you in making a choice.
The Miagui Offices project started with the need to expand the company. Miagui is a creative studio that specializes in advertising images. The concept was the creation of a free flowing and relaxed space, aligned with the company’s creative culture.
ocated on Granary Square, the brand’s new hub will contribute to an ever-expanding network of creatives and technologists from the likes of Central St. Martins and LVMH to Google and Spiritland. Against the industrial backdrop of the Coal Drops Yard, The Coal Office will lead the way as a multi-disciplinary platform for innovation in design.
This office is the workspace of Studio11 – a young team of architects and designers from Belarus – and is based in Minsk. The layout consists of two work rooms, a kitchen, a separate room with materials and samples and a water closet.
Buildertrend’s new corporate office repurposes a 110,000 square-foot building by effectively using existing elements of the facility. The planning of open office workspace tears down the barriers between CEOs and employees creating a cohabitating workspace.
Spanning three very different heritage brick and beam buildings, this technically complex renovation opened up previously closed-off workspaces and exposed the character of the original buildings buried underneath previous renovations.