This office space for a creative agency of thirty based in Los Angeles, California takes a fresh approach to the concept of the office cubicle playing with shape, texture, colour and materials.
The 6,000-square-foot space was designed by Edward Ogosta Architecture who called it a Hybrid Office where hybrid objects “exists somewhere between furniture and architecture, infusing the office functions with new iconographic presence, and abstractly reference nature and the surrounding city”.
This open plan, clean and rather stark space reveals some very clever design ideas that lend itself to a sense of calm and encourage creativity. Interaction between employees is encouraged with a number of meeting areas, a large boardroom and a gathering space surrounded by book cases called Book-Arena.
Individuals can seek privacy either at one of the many cubicles or cone shaped chairs made out of hollow tree trunks.
Would you like to work in a space like this every day?
View the office pictures below:
Source: The Cool Hunter