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From offices to student living, we’ve put together a selection of five interiors brought to life by daring hues and vivid colour-blocking.
This unique and colourful workspace was created by M Moser for real-time 3D platform Unity. The office design acts as an immersive user experience that empowers its creators and wider community.
Developed with a deep understanding of the brand story and business objectives, an impactful colour palette engages users throughout the space. As employees are predominately desk-based, tones are calm in the more traditional workspaces, and explosions of colour in the connective areas and social spaces supports interaction through dynamic contrast.
Liberty House is TOG’s second collaboration with renowned architects SODA Studio. The teams worked together to adopt a 360º design approach – encompassing architecture, interiors and branding – and drawing upon the history and retail aesthetic of the building and area.
Liberty House’s close proximity with, and historical links to, Liberty London provided the starting point for the graphic identity and interior concept. The colours, patterns and sculpted forms within the space reference the adjacent Regent Street and Carnaby Street, as well as the iconic Liberty fabric and prints. The colour palette was created in collaboration with colour artist Adriana Jaros.
Creative studio Masquespacio’s colour-blocked project for Resa San Mamés in Spain is student living at its most colourful – aiming to create a community
Colour blocking is used for a strong visual impact, with the studio maintaining much of the original features against pops of colour for a contemporary and industrial feel. A lively palette of millennial and hot pinks, yellows and a touch of lavender creates different zones within the space, energising its residents for different activities such as studying, relaxing or socialising.
Using a bold and sophisticated palette, Trifle has established the latest Workspace venture as a proud beacon within a fast-evolving East London hub.
On the ground floor, cool blues set the mood with rich wine tones creating comfortable lounge zones – accented by pops of yellow and green. Textural elements give depth to the scheme – from plush upholstery to acoustic panels – creating a tactile and homely experience.
For this innovation centre in China, AIM Architecture has created a flexible workspace through a variety of adaptable furniture and strong colour-blocking. Different spaces are organised by colour codes, creating a varied experience as employees and guests move through the relatively compact space. Bright linear lighting sits neatly within acoustic panels that flow throughout, and, at the entrance, visitors are greeted by a large interactive screen that adds further spectacular colour to the scheme.
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