Work & Co has places of work in Brooklyn, Portland, Sao Paolo, Rio de Janeiro and Belgrade and every of them had been designed with components that thought-about their particular location. For the corporate’s new workplace in Copenhagen, it tapped on multidisciplinary design studio Aspekt Office to create a office that’s homey, comfy and quintessentially Danish.
The brand new workplace is positioned in a century-old constructing initially designed by Danish architect Arthur Wittmaack in 1916. Aspekt Workplace pulls the constructing into fashionable instances by giving it a Brutalist grid-modernism really feel. The area is flooded with pure gentle, making a heat and comfortable environment, and the selection of supplies of oak wooden, soothing neutrals and mushy textiles assist uphold that aesthetic. All mounted furnishings had been designed by Aspekt Workplace, together with a wall-to-wall bookcase with a built-in alcove in oak veneer, a soundproof telephone sales space, and the kitchen’s six-meters-long, custom-made desk. The kitchen additionally homes the primary ever Reform x Aspekt Workplace kitchen, which is about to launch later this yr.
The furnishings was picked for his or her easy designs to contribute to the clear, minimalist look of the workplace. Being that the workplace is in Copenhagen, it was solely logical that the workforce selected a mixture of Scandinavian manufacturers.
Photographs by Rasmus Dengsø.
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