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Some of the best designers and design companies in the world specialize not in residential, but workplace and office design. Creating a perfect environment to work, concentrate but also relax and enjoy interacting with colleagues is a great challenge.Below London Design Agenda presents some of the most creative and beautiful office interiors created by best interior designers. We hope it can inspire you to make your own workplace better during this holidays.
PwC by BDP – UK
BDP created open plan space with a minimum of closed offices to enhance internal communications and support the company culture. Successful collaboration with the PwC client team creates a platform of clear understanding and knowledge sharing, with creative, effective and award winning results.
Google UK by Penson – London – UK
Award winning and quintessentially British design of magnificent 160,000 square foot Google UK Headquarters in London.
Red Bull Headquarters by Jump Studios – London
Designed by Jump Studios, the resulting offices stimulate employees and visitors alike. The stunning interior generates adrenalin and a sense of dynamic excitement, emotions associated with the Red Bull brand and its various activities.
Moo Offices by Trifles Creative – London
Through the use of strong colour, innovative design and homely touches we enabled MOO’s quirky and cheeky personality to shine through. The reception area is now also an interactive showroom where staff and visitors can experience MOO products first hand. Hanging coloured strip lighting vertically through the stairwell at the heart of the building not only brought to life the brand kept in line with the rawness of the building. Lots of open space and idea paint created areas where people can have spontaneous meetings. The meeting rooms are now inviting and relaxed and the café area has been transformed into a vibrant, sociable area for staff and clients.
Philippe Malouin’s design studio Post-Office has used a minimal colour palette and custom-designed furniture to turn a London warehouse into the UK head office of skincare brand Aesop. Located within a former manufacturing warehouse in Bloomsbury, the 232-square-metre space is split into two rooms – both with a pared-back look designed to respect the original building.