Taking advantage of large, existing skylights and an exposed wood structure, this 7,000 commercial interior for a mobile game developer combines a fun and flexible office environment with casual spaces for play, relaxation and work.

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Modular desks sit in the center of an open office surrounded by a lounge, glass-enclosed conference rooms and a large open kitchen. Walls are painted in bright colors or coated with white-board paint. The carpet, an index of activities programmed above, is a composition of carpet tiles developed in our office using parametric software.

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Two eye-catching features are the lighting arrangements), and the carpeting which is meant to echo the programming nature of the office. We also see that the space has a number of small-medium conference spaces where employees can work and discuss outside of the main open area.

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Design: Min | Day
Photography: Bruce Damonte 

Link: http://retaildesignblog.net/2012/12/25/pocket-gems-office-by-min-day-san-francisco/

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