Gemeinschaftpraxis Chic, White Office Space

November 16, 2012

Describe your office space to us. 

We call it the “White Space.” Initially it was a small driving school with a small supply room. As we moved in we throw down the wall between the rooms and removed the dark foil from the windows to get a big and very bright room. Almost the whole interrior is white so the small colored designs, books, things all around get the focus.

Where did the inspiration for your office space design come from?

The renovation was necessary for a neutral workplace.

What is your favorite part/design of your office space and why?

The Desks. While we renovated the rooms we put the desks onto sawhorses. This was because it’s a nice workspace and it has the cheapest way to get big tables.

Do you feel that having a well designed and inspiring office has changed the way you and your employees work?

Yes, reducing the colors to the white makes place for creativity and, of course, it’s very important to work somewhere you like to be.

If you could use one word to describe the feel of the office space, what would it be?

Clear.

Tell us about your company and what it means to you to have a well-designed office space.

As a office community of creative workers, we need to have a place for fresh ideas.

By the way, If you have a stylish, modern or innovative office you want to feature on TheOfficeStylist, or you need help transforming your space, please contact us. Located in LA? We’d love to stop by and take photos of your space and profile your business. Love this Office Profile? Take a look at the other Office Profiles we have on TheOfficeStylist.

Sayeh

The Office Stylist

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