A pile of screws and little time spent. This was the original and colorful and looking useless temporary office we found in Rotterdam. However, after doing our renovation and research, I saw this incredible office. It was designed by AIM and it’s actually known as the AIM “ Pixar Factory”. The first thing that came into my mind when I saw these images was “Flat”. That term perfectly describes the “ Pixar Studios” and I’m not sure which one I like better because somehow the job at hand is extremely satisfying and the “ Pixar Studios” do make you feel nostalgic and happy.
The Turkish design firm was asked to create a creative space dedicated to the employees and their clients and the result is a humble and minimalist civil work space with a natural sense of structure and order.Doing the work in a natural way and managing the crazy and fancy like Arit Bistro was definitely an eye catching experience.
The first step was skull painting some of the skull animals which made me stop for a moment and wondering if the transformation could be done. Then I discovered that a lot of the animals were made using plaster and this place was kept almost intact, covered with colored carpet in the softness and brightness of the sun. The only change I could make.
To make the place less cold and austere, some simple renovation techniques were used, such as staining the walls and simplifying the furniture.
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The team at Sofio Gianoli started work on the first printed office chair. But the artistic minds in the project were not left to pitch the perfect project. Their focus should be to design a space that puts the company and client forward and as a result, the team directs their work team from start to finish. In the case of the office I saw the creation of the “stroom H” by Alessio Pistoli who wanted to create a space for Pelle, a retail distribution company in Milan, Italy. The project forewent over a number of hoops, starting with the management of the headquarters who wanted to design a “stroom H”.
The architects wanted to create a space that would give the employees on the worksites a place where they could work from home, so the team had to give up the day till February 14th, but allow the company to give us rest and enjoy time with us. The stencils and the gold edges suit the client well. Not only do they create a clean and simple working space but they create a lovely entrance that gives the employees the impression of being inside the bowling alley they would like.
The office comes with furniture that is specially designed for the space. In the back of the room you can see the sofa and footstool that give the room an artsy feel. The wall has an extract from the ceiling that will not let any cold air get in.
The room and the stairs that lead to the first floor, lead to a common room that eliminates the need for curtains for privacy. There are two doors that lead to the mezzanine that gives the house an interesting look. From here there is another view of the living room that connects the office to the rest of the space.
One of the most interesting features of the entire office are the paintings that the owner can choose. The owner can choose from white to creamy or a jane or even char, but all of them are suggestive of some creative artists. The rest of the space is decorated in a simple and functional manner in order to make this work worth.
No matter which one you choose, the office and the whole space seems to have it’s own character and perhaps the only things that give it even meaning.
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Does your office have enough offices but you still need space for meetings and conference? Not always and this shape opens the door to more interesting and ingenious office solutions. For example, this office is looking at VPA, a design firm established in 1999 by Joseph Lin and Jaime Martíriá. It’s made up of a dozen separate volumes with geometric forms that form a vertical wall. The team envisioned the space as being flexible and adaptable and created this wonderful structure by using a minimal corridor system.
The team also had to find a simple and efficient way of dividing the office and to transform the top floor into usable working space. The office was designed into two separate volumes. The first one is a linear space occupied by the social and open spaces while the second one is circular which offers most of the flexibility encountered when trying to separate and divide the spaces. The office seems like being split into two simple walls.
The proximity to the trees also allowed the architects to offer the clients the privacy they desired. The circular kilometers-back wall is the main structure of the office, the rest being of glass facades between the workspaces. The office has four levels, all with a very similar design. The first floor is occupied by private work areas. It contains the reception area, the so called workspace and the consultants rooms. The ground floor is where the dining space has been recently renovated. The first floor is a grey structure placed in between the two other ones and it’s a continuation of the first one and houses a few common areas. The office as a whole is transparent and organized in a very practical manner.