Remodelista Considered Design Awards: Vote for the Best Office Space - Professional Category by

Issue 78 · Heading South · June 28, 2013

Remodelista Considered Design Awards: Vote for the Best Office Space - Professional Category

Issue 78 · Heading South · June 28, 2013

Below are the finalists for the Best Office Space designed by professionals. To see all the photos for each project, scroll down within each box. You can vote once a day in each category now through July 15. Share images on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Pinterest using the sharing tools embedded beneath each image. Happy voting!


 

Buttrick Wong Architects. Texture and Color in a Traditional Home Office. Atherton, CA. "This study is linked to the master bedroom via a bathroom. This room exploits the limited daylight while providing materiality to the architecture, allowing views across all the rooms to the outside."

 


 

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design. Gothic Drama in a Portland Office. Portland, OR. "This luxurious private office is in an 1870s historic gothic revival building in downtown Portland. The clients wanted a 'feeling of separation'¬Ě in the open office and so we designed a glass sculpture beautifully made by Portland glass artist Andy Paiko."

 


 

Brad Roaman (BSR Construction Services). Function and Form in a Straightforward Office. New York, NY. "Form follows function in this office designed for a photographer turned real estate developer. A corian desk top 36" deep by 122" wide allows a comfortable depth to accommodate large monitors and a surface area to accommodate both full scale architectural drawings and photographs."

 


 

Openstudio Architects. Hidden Home Office and Kitchenette. London, England. "This home office is concealed behind sliding doors when not in use. A small kitchenette and file storage area located to the side of the desk can be opened up when required."

 


 

Kate Monckton Interior Design. Colorful Midcentury Office to Work and Entertain Clients. London, England. "The client wanted to be able to get maximum use from a naturally dark, smallish space that could be used for work as well as a place to relax and entertain clients. Appropriate contemporary and vintage furnishings and lighting ensured the space would serve its purpose on all levels."

 


 



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