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For over 80 years, Interior Design magazine has been the essential design authority for every professional, on all projects, throughout the design process. Interior Design Media is the global, industry-leading design publication, website and events company serving the interior design, architectural and facility management audiences.
BRABBU is a serious follow of Interior Design and we’ve particularly liked yesterday’s issue: Bold Geometric Forms Take Center Stage in These 6 Forward-Thinking Offices.
1. Firm: HNTB Corporation
Project: National Nuclear Security Administration
Location: Kansas City, Missouri.
Standout: Models of atoms and molecules yielded the hexagonal motifs of pendant fixtures, custom ceiling panels, and wall treatments at this General Services Administration project.
2. Firm: HOK
Standout: Lined up like book spines, slats of engineered walnut accent the six-story atrium hub of a building that consolidates this publisher’s seven brands.
3. Firm: Gensler
Project: Tenet Health
Standout: Serenity reigns on three levels of an I.M. Pei & Partners tower, thanks to abundant glass, wood-look porcelain floor tile, and a soothing color palette.
4. Firm: Architecture + Information
Project: Millennial Media
Standout: A diagonal pathway brings ease of movement, connecting office areas to meeting rooms, but stairs are needed to reach the mezzanine where staffers do yoga.
5. Firm: Bora Architects and ZGF Architects
Location: Redmond, Washington
Standout: Technology meets nature, with screens in recycled oak recalling data bytes and a wall installation of wine bottles alluding to the region’s vineyards.
6. Firm: Spector Group
Location: New York
Standout: Upholstery on an array of modernist seating provides a lively orange and fuchsia foil to surroundings otherwise dominated by concrete, epoxy, and painted steel.
SOURCE: Interior Design