In the centre of Madrid, on the corner of Alberto Aguilera and San Bernardo, lies the emblematic building designed by Fernando Higueras that began to take shape in the 1950s, constructed from a single ubiquitous material: concrete.
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 Houston Creative Office for Michael Hsu Office of Architecture is located in the heart of the Heights Neighborhood. The building is a single-story, mid-century storefront that allows for a retail-like pedestrian interaction.
The INNO-SPACE U20 project was conceived by ŠKODA AUTO‘s Quality Management department, a strong representative of the traditional company culture. While keeping quality as the basic requirement, the workspace is creatively transformed using design and technology.
Byton is an all-electric automotive brand, which recently unveiled M-Byte — its first premium smart electric SUV at Guangzhou International Automobile Exhibition.
The manufacturing and administrative building for a rapidly growing family company. The construction with a green roof and transparent spaces support contact and communication within the company. The new building complies with the strict norms of manufacturing.
The Lencioni Construction Company’s newly acquired office building with its warehouse identity and retro architectural elements offered a strong potential to explore the dialectic between a rugged industrial shell and a sensitive modern intervention.