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An inside look at the offices of Zaha Hadid, Renzo Piano, and more

A glimpse into workspaces as varied as the studios’ projects

A view of the offices of MAD Architects in Beijing, which occupies a former factory.
Marc Goodwin via Designboom

Lots of ink—digital and real alike—is spilled on the work of the world’s busiest architecture firms, from Zaha Hadid Architects, in London, to Renzo Piano Building Workshop, in Paris, and a whole host of places in between. But rarely do we get an inside look at the firms’ offices themselves.

Photographer Marc Goodwin, founder of photo company Archmospheres, is helping pull back that curtain, and has traveled to the offices of David Chipperfield, MAD Architects, and more to give us an inside look at where the firms work.

There’s quite a bit of variety on display here, from small design ateliers in converted industrial buildings to massive custom headquarters on the Thames. Get a preview below and see more over at Designboom.

A shot of Renzo Piano Building Workshop’s Paris office.
Marc Goodwin via Designboom
Inside Zaha Hadid Architects’s London office
Marc Goodwin via Designboom
A distant view of the offices of 3XN, in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Marc Goodwin via Designboom