Artek Oy has moved its headquarters to new premises in central Helsinki. Situated in an elegant 19th century building at Mannerheimintie 12 B, the new space is just a few minutes’ walk from the Artek Store.
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.
It is commonly considered that people cannot enjoy work and life at the same time, although they are hardly separated from each other completely. Through breaking the routines and bringing a “home” into the workspace, JACKY.W DESIGN created an open and multifunctional living experience space for the fashion brand TKSTYLE BOUTIQUE.
Nestled among the skyscrapers of Midtown Manhattan are the historic jewels of Automobile Row, the fashionable towers built by companies like B.F. Goodrich and General Motors. CookFox set out to design their new design studio on the 17th floor of the tiered 1921 Fisk Tire Building in New York as part of an office relocation.
STUDIOSC was commissioned by a boutique law office to design their new offices within an existing loft space in Williamsburg. A modern addition and roof terrace was part of the program, allowing us to integrate the old timber framed loft, with a new steel and concrete addition, connected by a long corridor that serves as the central artery of the office.
Tal Goldsmith Fish Design Studio has recently completed an office space for a team of investors in a large investment group. This monochrome office is located in an historical building overlooking the blue sea and the white roofs of Tel Aviv.
Upon entering this dynamic space, one’s mind might not immediately jump to the quaint yet historic past embedded into the bones of this Battery St. location. In fact, if not for the humble design elements of Douglas fir beams, high ceilings, and stall like enclosures, there would be no indication of its original purpose.