OFFICE INTERIOR BASED ON LACONIC FURNITURE, POSTERS AND ROAD SIGNS

May 14, 2014
Posted in Apartments

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Metric area: 81.4 m²
Number of employees: 11

Logomotiv studio works in the field of visual identity, graphic and interactive design. Its move to this office located in a large business centre was made on-the-job and in one day due to the urgency of the project of that time. Another two days were spent on re-planning, re-painting and furnishing of a standard office space by collective efforts of the team. Besides IKEA items, the space was filled with casual things like road signs, sign boards and toys.

Still, interior decoration process never stops. A mini-printshop working under the studio gradually fills the space with new posters, pictures and other items meant to decorate dull office walls.

The office is divided into three parts: creative, administrative and typographic. The first one features all the must-haves for fruitful work of designers, including a relax-corner with a sofa and soft carpet and a bar with a coffee-machine. The same spot is used for meetings with clients, business dinners and informal coffee-breaks.

To balance the opening industrial landscape the window was adorned with painted curtains. What is more, the window frequently serves as a blackboard for short messages, reminders and brainstorms. The library was created by efforts of the employees and is regularly refreshed.

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