Situated in the heart of London’s legal district on a large corner site, 40 Chancery Lane is the new London office for Saatchi & Saatchi, the renowned global communications and advertising agency.
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 waterdog’ is a state-of-the-art workspace where working almost becomes a spiritual experience. No more dull and unimaginative offices; be inspired by a challenging working environment where past, present and future are inextricably linked.
In our country offices are usually boring, monotonous, uncomfortable places from which you’d want to get out. Our office introduce the opposite. We create modern beautiful space for our team, clients and myself.
Lightspeed commissioned ACDF Architecture – the designers for the first phase of the firm’s headquarters – to create a new floor dedicated to product development. The workspace of the point-of-sale software company is located on the ground floor of a 19th-century railway hotel, the chateau-style Viger Railway Station.
When Arnold Worldwide/Havas decided to move their headquarters into the historic Burnham Building in Boston’s Downtown Crossing, Hacin+Associates collaborated with Sasaki Associates on the redesign and conversion of the 5th through 8th floors into modern workspace for the company.
After reconnecting with childhood friend Karen Barrows, wife of Barrows Advertising chairman Richard Barrows, Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design began designing their NYC office. The concept for the advertising company was to merge its South African roots with its gritty and soulful Soho neighborhood vibe to create a fresh and dynamic workspace.