Designed and built by Swiss Bureau Interior Design and Build, LLB is a socially and environmentally conscious establishment. Located in the Burj Daman Tower in DIFC, the office was designed to bring a positive, warm, and inviting atmosphere to the clients and stakeholders.
MUUM was commissioned to design a creative, innovative and flexible ambience for the SAP Development Centre, and with Optim Obermeyer leading the project management, they conveyed the characteristic qualities of Istanbul to reflect the corporate values of SAP.
The colour palette for the office mainly relies on the brand colour, thus adding an element of fun and vibrancy to the space, with Lego graphics spread throughout. For the flooring, hardwood and carpets were used while the meeting rooms are decked with glass partitions and acoustic paneling.
Design Worldwide Partnership (DWP) were appointed to redesign two floors of this private Government Office in Dubai in collaboration with Summertown Interiors. DWP worked on the project right from the concept stage through to detailed design including the fit-out and supervision of the project.
Designed and built by Broadway Interiors, the brief was to create an office for a fast growing, energetic team that needed a platform to work efficiently and creatively in a multi-functional capacity, promoting the charitable work of HIPA on a global platform.
A flowing, ribbon-like wall has been installed in the new Istanbul Airport that unites a suite of lounges, forming an intuitive route through the space. Designed by Softroom for Turkish Airlines in collaboration with MNG Mapa, the Flow Wall is over a kilometre long, making it one of the longest parametric interior forms and weaves through six new lounges, creating a series of unified areas.
Kantar Group were looking to relocate their corporate office and create an eco-friendly and collaborative working environment. In order to achieve this, design team Fitch collaborated with contracting firm Aati Contracts to create a space with innovative design features that focused on providing areas to evoke dynamic thought processes among staff.
PROJECT: Real Estate
The design brief for the Hyatt Regional Head Office in Dubai, was to create a space to foster interaction and collaboration among employees. Designed by Cityspace, the central design theme is urban and eclectic, almost residential with an industrial feel, which is accentuated with a colour palette of greys and green and weathered material.
Kart Group was commissioned to design the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs Office in Dubai, and collaborated with Cambridge Design + Build to execute the client’s brief. The client wanted to invoke positive energy through Feng Shui and also chose to incorporate biophilic designs to promote health, well-being, and productivity among the employees.