Amazing Amsterdam Office Built Entirely From Wood Shipping Pallets

by , 06/16/11

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Most Architecture also designed a remarkable glass-topped shipping pallet table for one of the rooms. At one end of the table the wooden mass turns into a striking set of stairs that takes employees and clients into a bright top floor room. A detailed look at the stairs reveals the rustic striped texture and inherent beauty of a standard wooden shipping platform.

Brandbase’s top floor is a skylit space where pallets playfully take the shape of desks. Another meeting room illustrates the various shapes that pallets can take, ranging from mobile tables, a magnificent stacked set of stairs, desks of different heights, walking platforms, and long sofas for sitting or sneaking in a power nap after a lunch.

Perhaps the most brilliant part of the project is that instead of instead of reusing free pallets from scrap yards Brandbase rented them – so they will get most of their deposit money back when the pallets are returned.

+ Brandbase

+ Most Architecture

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