• George Patterson Y&R, Melbourne

    A former department store from the 19th century is now an open, airy and throughly inviting office space, fitting in with the work ethos of the client

  • Club Workspace, Bankside and Chiswick, London

    Providing a space more flexible than a traditional office was called in for two co-working venues, with the design giving each their own character

  • 18 Feet and Rising office, London

    With a ‘rough and ready’ interior reminiscent of a theatre set for this young ad agency, designers at Studio Octopi are ready to take a curtain call

  • Volaris office, Mexico City

    There’s no mistaking the business carried out in these new spaces – with elements of aircraft interiors recycled and widely incorporated into their design by SPACE

  • Doc Magic office, California

    Offices doing unexciting, albeit essential, work don’t have to look drab and boring, as Californian designers from RA-DA proved for this legal document company

  • Social 1, DELFT

    It’s the people who use this unique work training space that mattered to the designers, who used colour islands to provide a stimulating and positive environment for them

  • Channel 4 HQ London

    The original Richard Rogers-designed building from the Nineties is still going strong, and ID:SR went in to bring the interiors up to date and reflect the new and wider nature of C4

  • Chongqing Mountain & City sales office reception, China

    Designers broke with accepted Chinese design principles of feng shui to create a startlingly different property sales office, inspired by the harsh mountains and often rain-lashed landscape that surround the location

  • BBC North at MediaCityUK

    Three of the site’s buildings have been transformed by Shepard Robson’s interior design arm SR:ID for the BBC, more than meeting the brief of ‘provoking smiles’

  • Aegis office

    Fears of moving into a more corporate building were shortlived when staff of a group of disparate media agencies moved under one roof, thanks to a design by MoreySmith that played to the individual character of each agency