Spanish architecture firm Selgas Cano works from a stunning glazed office immersed in a Madrid’s forest. Its streamlined design features a window that extends all-along allowing workers on their desks to spot wildlife pass by and watching the seasons change.
Dutch designer Joost van Bleiswijk and design director Alrik Koudenburg created a striking office for Amsterdam-based agency Nothing entirely from cardboard. Using ‘no glue, no screw’, this cool idea gives good use to a cheap throwaway material and it costs next to nothing.
Camenzind Evolution transformed a local brewery in Zurich into a colorful, collaborative office for Google’s EMEA Engineering in Zurich. Filled with pool tables, loungers and slides, this funky interactive space inspires cutting-edge creativity and innovation.
The Cuningham Group worked with REThink Development to designed their green, LEED Gold certified-office in Culver City. Featuring sustainable technologies, natural light and ventilation, shipping containers turned offices and luscious indoor gardens, this former MGM studio warehouse promotes hands-on sustainability and food farming.
California-based Clive Wilkinson Architects (CWA) redesigned the Macquarie Bank‘s headquarters in Sydney, Australia and reduced its energy consumption by a whopping 50%. Designed as a new collaborative workplace, the ten-story light filled atrium features 26 tiny ‘meeting pods” that allow good communication between themselves and the whole space.
Worldwide sustainability cooperative Except has turned an abandoned shipyard into a green, energy-neutral office in Amsterdam. Filled with lush, modular, hydroponic modules that produce food indoors, this ‘Crystal Forest’ space flourishes thanks to chlorine-free rainwater.