The Alpes Office has feeling and is environmentally sustainable, as were the villages of the past. Originally the large lot contained some old houses, white pampas grass, native bamboo shrubs, and plants that survived on the ambient conditions with little input from people.
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.
To create a people-friendly office where they will enjoy staying during a week and where they will come on their own on Saturday or Sunday, without being forced to do so. A place where their personal and professional lives will intermingle harmoniously with each other.
The corporate spirit of Splunk, the international data software company headquartered in San Francisco, is innovative, passionate, disruptive, open, and fun. A predictable, staid headquarters was out of the question. The new Splunk headquarters features unexpected furnishings, fun custom finishes, and distinctive surprises.
The edgy office at 220 Sansome Street in San Francisco—home to advertising agency MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER—is a 7,000-square-foot testament to collaboration between client and designer. “I wanted to invent something I couldn’t think of,” explains John Matejczyk, the agency’s cofounder and creative director
Unity has emerged as the world’s leading software platform for universally accessible game development. Embodying the company’s democratized approach, Unity’s new San Francisco headquarters was designed as an open framework for building next generation gaming tools.
A modern warehouse conversion in the creative hub of Cremorne, 10-12 Gwynne Street is a space that fuels design collaboration with zones defined by aesthetically transparent glass framework and distinguished by bespoke details enhanced beneath a flood of natural light from its exposed ceiling.