Taranta Creations is an international architectural practice founded in 2007 by Enrico Taranta. The office is located within the Red Town Sculpture Park in Shanghai China. This melting pot of creative industries, ranging from artworks to libraries, forms the perfect background for the office design process. In this beginning year, they have been completed bright modern red office interior dubbed Shanghai Red Town Office. Look into the interior, this space is really captivating due to the striking bold color that blend perfectly along with the natural wooden flooring. Thanks to the fresh office ideas that surely will evokes fresh mood for the workers. With main color red and white, this modern office design looks so spacious although it only has small space.
Please read the ideas behind this modern crib from the designer :
The design is a reflection of the ongoing creative process within the studio. The intervention seeks to provide an adaptable space that supports a range of informal functions.
The office is situated in a former metal factory. The excising diagonal steel structure was causing difficulties to fulfill the wish of the studio to create two floors. The distance between the structure and ceiling was too less for a traditional office layout of floor and tables. Therefore a floor is created just above the steel structure. Four working stations are placed in the space between the steel profiles. This way the floor is transformed to one continuous desk, while the four recessed stations provide a more traditional workspace. The large ‘work floor’ invites the designers to use the open space for thinking, sketching, meeting, drafting, modeling, sitting and relaxing. This informal interpretation of office space encourages cross-pollination between the different projects and disciplines occurring within the studio.
Modern 2012 IKEA Home Office Design and Decorating Ideas 1
Here are a modern 2012 IKEA home office design and decorating ideas. Check below, a great and comfortable home office design by IKEA. Like another IKEA design, this Living room combine an old design with new modern one. It’s great for you, if you want upgrade your old home office room into the new one. This IKEA home office design, features a simple furniture. But keep the stylish design to make a perfect and comfortable home office.
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This new office for world’s leading advertising agency, DDB Office is located in Singapore at Pico Creative Center occupying 2 floors of 100 square meters each. A dynamic working culture at this new office workspace which later become a social network area rather than a confined individual space reflected to the new office design that was done by BBFL architects. An inter-connectivity between creative individuals transformed into a working space that weren’t crafted out with walls or any form of concealed demarcation, compositing to an open office setting. The spaces were intended to be open, flexible and inspiring where staff could express themselves freely.
Territories are divided and screened by discussion and collaborative areas within the office. The aim was to enhance the current culture and to encourage a more lively work space, which will ultimately improve a better work flow. The workspaces are designed as long communal tables supporting an open office environment. We design spaces that allow these communal areas to be part of the workspace. Discussion bars are dispersed within team work areas. Even libraries and the staff pantry spanning across both floors were used as collaborative spaces for discussions
Conference rooms were meant to be flexible and open where staff would frequently occupy for internal presentations and brain-storming sessions. Gym-like staggered benches were introduced for audiences to participate in these sessions. Arrival lobbies on the other floors were treated with interactive projection of the collection of works that inspired DDB and a source of expression for the staff.
The implementation of the company philosophy in architectural corporate identity is reflected not only in the entrance lobby, the cafeteria, the conference areas, the auditorium, and the management areas, but also in the design of the workplaces. The new style emphasizes perfectly the company’s slogan – quality in everything we do. The open character of the building is enhanced by bright, elegant colors in the entrance hall. The use of wood, natural stone and Corianas a recurring design element produces a natural, warm atmosphere.
The design concept runs through the entire object; even the elevators are lined with natural stone, and the facades of the entrance hall are adorned with it. As the dominant color, a strong Bordeaux red was chosen for carpets and leather coverings to provide a contrast to the partially illuminated white and the warm wood tones. The auditorium is one of the gems of this object, providing a successful symbiosis between the Corian as the enclosing casing for the interior and exterior and the use of warm wood and technical fabric wall covering for the interior. The library also deserves attention with its division into reception, reading, and lending areas. The cafeteria exudes a friendly, open character: both the choice of colors and the furniture invite visitors to linger.