While we can all agree that the end of this year has us sighing with relief, there are some stunning workplaces across the globe, awaiting the return of employees! Take a look back at some of the amazing projects that our readers loved in 2020.
When renovating their new office, Jackman Reinvents knew they could trust Mazen Studios to be sensitive to the unique architecture of the space.
Moxon Architects and Od Interiors have completed LABS House, a stunning new flagship coworking site designed with technology, innovation and people at its core.
TPG Architecture created a forward-thinking new space for Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP to support their increasingly diverse and multigenerational workforce.
ACDO gave Twitter Canada a bold new space focused on creating instant connections amongst employees and collaborators.
Chicago-based Akuna Capital, was designed to reflect the firm’s beginnings in Sydney, Australia by utilizing light and an airy blue-hued finish palette.
Cactus was brought on to help Redesign Health – a venture studio and incubator that funds and empowers the entrepreneurs revolutionizing healthcare to re-imagine the concept of a “temporary office.”
Designed by iN STUDIO, Spin Master’s new headquarters in Toronto might be the most playful office we’ve ever seen!
Britt Design Group meticulously followed WELL Building Standards when creating their new office space to educate future clients on its importance.
In re-imagining Inmarsat’s headquarters, the design team drew inspiration from Earth’s atmospheric layers — creating a stratified complexity that was woven throughout the redesign of the building.
NELSON designed a sweet new space for Ferrara Candy Co. with exposed sightlines to encourage a transparent and creative culture.
The NYC HQ of the International WELL Building Institute was designed by COOKFOX to emphasize the architecture, health, and well-being of the space.