Any office or home without designer and cozy interior looks like bouquet without flowers. Especially when we talk about office of any industry which is related to some creative field like newspaper or magazine, photo studio, music store, fashion studio or architecture and designer studio, it has to be beautifully designed in order to leave a remarkable impression on people.
One of the best examples for that is the office of the German magazine Der Spiegel which has recently been moved to new premises publisher at HafenCity in Hamburg, Germany. The design project of this office is developed by designers from the architectural studio Ippolito Fleitz Group.
This office is made in the area of about 520 square meters of social space with stylish dining room at headquarters. Most interesting and impressive features of the office like Glossy countertops spectacular ceiling, creating a three-dimensional spatial dynamics are eye soothing. Main area consist of tables, lighting, wavy lines on the floor.
The ceiling is the key feature of the place and made of 4230 micro-perforated aluminum. Most of the designing is done in yellow color as this color creates a positive feeling in the dining room. LED lighting system in cafeteria creates a dynamic atmosphere for creative communication, rest and relaxation. Have a look..