But this office for Dutch financial tech firm Bridgevest nearly took this editor’s breath away.
The company relocated from the center of Rotterdam to the Veerhan port to a former bank from 1890, enlisting local interior design team Studio Tomorrow to reimagine the building while preserving many of its intricate architectural details.
The result is a swoon-worthy space that combines a minimalist aesthetic with pastels, subtle variations of texture, geometric shapes, and natural materials.
A white palette—namely on the ceiling, molding, and other wood trim—creates a bright canvas on which the designers were able to experiment with colors like salmon and pale green on the walls, and a periwinkle blue on the smooth floors.
Furniture and accessories are also similarly sleek and appointed in fun, non-traditional office hues like violet and burnt orange (though, of course, there are standard black rolling chairs as well).
Studio Tomorrow even custom-designed a carpet wall patterned with abstract shapes to help with acoustics and add an bit of flair to the otherwise clean-lined office. But enough with the descriptions. Feast your eyes on the photos instead.
Via: Design Milk