Atlanta-based ai3, the same interior design/architecture firm that worked on the new Holiday Inn lobby, also designed this office space for marketing agency The SuperGroup. The main entrance corridor is straight out of Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey, complete with their own monolith at the end of the tunnel, while the doors to the conference room are pure original Star Trek.
I love the fact that beyond the office being a well-designed space, it is also an experience. Your walk into the office is an experience; your first encounter with the SuperGroup-branded monolith is an experience; opening the doors to the conference is an experience. This is the true power of architecture: to influence the context of the world we live in, both in our physical interactions and in our capacity to dream and think creatively. I know that I, for one, would function much more dynamically in a space like this than a drab office building.
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Why? It looks like a fun place to work. I think the people wearing black are just modeling.
You would rather work at home? Do you just hate things that try to be different or interesting?
I understand, maybe it's just not your style.
When I was 7 years old this would have been awesome.
My efficiency would definitely go up if I could be in two places at once, like the young lady in the 3rd-from-bottom picture.
Honestly, this is the kind of office space that makes me happy I work at home...