Offices/commercial

Takahashi Hiroko Studio

Schemata Architects

04 Nov 2014

Takahashi Hiroko has chosen a new base for her creative endeavours; an old steel building, originally a factory and office, that has been transformed into the Japanese artist's latest workspace by Schemata Architects. The building, located in Tokyo's Oshiage area, was first improved by the architects with structural reinforcements to the framework and a fireproof coating adding to all the steel

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Movet Office Loft

Studio Alexander Fehre

27 Oct 2014

Movet is a company that literally originated in a garage. Today, the Movet brand is eponymous with outstanding competence in the field of conveyor belt technology. Because the capacity of the company's rather makeshift headquarters had finally been reached, Studio Alexander Fehre was commissioned to design a new and more representative office space with an adjoining warehouse. The solution is a

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Stampsy & IO Studio

Archiproba

22 Oct 2014

The Moscow office of IO and Stampsy is located in a hall that used to be an assembly room of the Komsomol Central Committee. Until 1991, the Komsomol administration had been headquartered in the building with distinct constructivist features. The companies' co-working space is located in its assembly hall. Before it was created here, the whole space had been divided into tiny offices each of the

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VICE Media Benelux Headquarters

Ninetynine

14 Oct 2014

Commissioned by Amsterdam developer and investor Millten, Dutch design and architecture studio Ninetynine has designed the new head office of VICE Media Benelux. The new offices are located in a former bank building on the Reguliersdwarsstraat in Amsterdam and will accommodate over 50 employees. Originally, the building was heavily segmented in separate spaces. The ground floor was opened up as

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DI Telegraph

Archiproba

13 Oct 2014

The Central Telegraph, located on Tverskaya street in the centre of Moscow, was constructed by architect Ivan Rerberg in 1927. The building quickly became an architectural monument, with an unusual perimeter structure that had both modernist and constructivist features. Its surprising geometry and broad glazing distinguished the building against a background of the Stalinist empire style of that

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