PROJECT COLLINS, Hamburg / Germany, by PLY

The Collins project is a Hamburg e-commerce start-up of the Otto group which has been launched in May 2014 . The spatial organisation comes along with a unique architectural situation of the building. Three building sections of different construction types and age were developed together functionally and optically. On three floors there are various retreats / quiet … Continue reading PROJECT COLLINS, Hamburg / Germany, by PLY

Square Headquarters, San Francisco, by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

The design transforms a former Bank of America data center—which was undistinguished, windowless, and never designed for office use—into a first class workspace. Constructed in two phases, the project encompasses nearly 300,000-square-feet of space distributed over four floors. The large 100,000-square-foot floor plates, which allow many employees close proximity to one another, also pose a … Continue reading Square Headquarters, San Francisco, by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson

WeWork-Fulton Center, New York City

Today, coworking office purveyor WeWork opened up their latest location on the third floor of the Fulton Center in Downtown Manhattan. The office pays homage to both old and new (a hallmark of WeWork’s office interiors) integrating the Fulton Center’s iconic Rotunda and the Corbin Building, which was built in 1889. The project is WeWork’s 15th … Continue reading WeWork-Fulton Center, New York City

Spotify Office, New York City, by FOX Architects

FOX was able to provide Spotify with a space better suited to their forward-thinking culture and flexible work style. Several “touch-down” areas were arranged with plush couches and colorful coffee tables to satisfy Spotify’s desire for a space that encouraged collaboration and spontaneous interaction. Seating areas were given a curtain track system to permit a … Continue reading Spotify Office, New York City, by FOX Architects

Facebook Headquarters, Menlo Park- California, by Gensler

Facebook’s new 1+ million-square-foot corporate campus mirrors the company’s philosophy: It's open, mobile, socially connected, dimensionally aware, culturally relevant and personally sustaining. What was once a collection of discrete buildings in an early ’90s office park is now a dense and dynamic urban environment. Appearing as a work-in-progress, with plywood ceilings, concrete floors and shop … Continue reading Facebook Headquarters, Menlo Park- California, by Gensler