5 Modern Office Spaces You’ll *Want* to Work in
For an inspiring dose of modern office design, look no further than Design Milk. Whether you’re pondering a new office design or dreaming about the possibilities, you’ll love going behind the scenes to discover creative spaces where talented professionals and designers get stuff done. Direct your design envy to the five inspiring office environments below.
1. CanvasPop: Their focus is on helping you print your pictures onto canvas for artful wall hangings. Take a peek into CanvasPop’s creative office, and you’ll discover an open industrial space with exposed wood and brick, along with whiteboard walls. Such an inspiring environment only needs minimal additions, like simplistic reclaimed wood tables on castors — which is exactly what they use.
2. Bio Agency: This London-based workspace with an organic touch is a refreshing departure from the norm, considering how sterile many office environments can be. The concept, designed by their CEO, is supposed to encourage collaboration and interaction. Think reclaimed wood, greenery galore, a kitchen bar and even a fake hedge entrance with a hidden door. So cool!
3. Hellman Chang: Thumbs up for no cubicles! A 13-foot-long table-turned-shared desk keeps this team connected and beautifully showcases their stunning wood craftsmanship. It should be noted that this design duo has been friends since childhood, and their dreamy furniture designs have been winning awards left and right.
4. Blik: Lovers of wall graphics are going to go gaga over this next office. Blik is a pioneer in the wall decal world, and after looking at their office’s fab wall graphics and bean bag seating, we’re considering applying for a new job.
5. Sebastian Errazuriz: Controversial New-York-based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz likes to keep things tranquil with a clean, simplistic work space. New ideas collect on his back wall in the form of 1,200 pieces of paper which can be easily taken down and replaced — no matter if he’s working on pieces like “12 Shoes for 12 Lovers” or his “Blow Me” installation.
We’d claim any of these creative spaces as our own — which one was your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!