As the year draws to a close, Dezeen’s editorial assistant Lizzie Crook has selected 10 of the best office interiors.
The Studio11 Office in Minsk, Belarus is laden with textures and navy walls that serve as a backdrop for their eye-catching pink cabinetry.
The Cubes in Belgium is located in a former malt distillery and was designed by Arjaan de Feyter. Dark oak cabinets and emerald marble converge with metallic adornments to create a modern, introspective environment.
San Francisco-based workspace the Canopy is a nearly 12,000 square foot office that takes mid-century modern furniture and adds a splash of color with pastel green sofas and pink cushions.
Sheffield’s Testone Factory is a coworking space located within an abandoned iron factory that holds a timber-framed event space lined with polycarbonate and is surrounded by accommodating offices, a kitchen, a small gallery, and more.
Poland’s Nest office was designed by Beza Projekt, who took an aqua palette and copper furniture, and turned the space into an oasis where work meets leisure.
Work & Co in Portland is a bright, rustic space designed by design studio Casework. White walls, exposed concrete flooring, glass partitions, and open workspaces gives workers a sense of connection, with a touch of privacy.
Hojo Sanci in Kamakura, Japan is within an 80-year-old house that was renovated by Schemata Architects to reveal timber framing and to create an open-office space without stripping the building’s original personality.
New York City architecture firm Woods Bagot designed its Manhattan office to reflect the city’s moxie. The office is complete with a black and white palette, exposed concrete, and metal scaffolding pipes that double as a shelving system.
The Thomas House in Central London takes from the history of the area by using soft colors and playing off of the building’s regency interior.
Brooklyn-based and female-centric, The Wing is decked out in pale pink walls and navy seating that are intended to resemble living rooms.