I’d Kill for this Office

Industrial/product design consultants No Picnic have outdone themselves with their new office/studio in downtown Stockholm. Enjoying the highest level of historical protection, the 19th century buildings required that architect Elding Oscarson be super meticulous about conservation, even down to each new screw hole. The result is a 21st century office with bright and creative interior design that also displays the structural materials of the building while owning its unique imperfections.The studio features a striking customer area that is distinctly separate from the creative spaces to help maintain secrecy. The workshop areas are open and full of natural light. The clever use of mirrors helps expand areas that would otherwise lack square footage and provides a symmetrical solution to the abnormally placed mezzanine.

Photography: Åke E:son Lindman

Designer: Elding Oscarson for No Picnic

26 Comments

  • Lokanin says:

    It sure has clear stamp of Swedish design. I love that the house differs from the interior so drastically and it works.

  • Lokanin says:

    It sure has clear stamp of Swedish design. I love that the house differs from the interior so drastically and it works.

  • CeJay says:

    Wow, what a awesome office space this is. Very clean and contemporary looking. Wished it was my office!!

  • CeJay says:

    Wow, what a awesome office space this is. Very clean and contemporary looking. Wished it was my office!!

  • Pablo says:

    I think is way too clean for a working place, nobody can work really there. Instead is beatifull.

  • Pablo says:

    I think is way too clean for a working place, nobody can work really there. Instead is beatifull.

  • Jake says:

    Hey, it's = it is.
    That's a pretty simple rule. Please learn it.

  • Jake says:

    Hey, it's = it is.
    That's a pretty simple rule. Please learn it.

  • Remmie says:

    Wow

  • Remmie says:

    Wow

  • Remmie says:

    Wow

  • I would also love this office, anything light and airy with random touches of bright color really appeal to the creative senses- it allows the space to be an open canvas for the imagination but introduces vibrant stimulation to jog the creative juices. Gorgeous and very Swedish…

  • I would also love this office, anything light and airy with random touches of bright color really appeal to the creative senses- it allows the space to be an open canvas for the imagination but introduces vibrant stimulation to jog the creative juices. Gorgeous and very Swedish…

  • Bjornen says:

    Wow! I live in stockholm and have been to quite a few really cool offices. This one puts them all to shame though. Awsome office with beautiful decor and furniture. God preserve aswell.

  • Bjornen says:

    Wow! I live in stockholm and have been to quite a few really cool offices. This one puts them all to shame though. Awsome office with beautiful decor and furniture. God preserve aswell.

  • Buen says:

    Fantastic, I love the mix of old and new. I wonder if there is a job to me

  • Buen says:

    Fantastic, I love the mix of old and new. I wonder if there is a job to me

  • Grey says:

    NICE! i love the floors and clean white stairs… looks like safe breathable space.

  • Grey says:

    NICE! i love the floors and clean white stairs… looks like safe breathable space.

  • It is really beautiful, well thought, creative, and inspiring place to work.I think I’d be in heaven every day if I worked in any office like this :p

  • Beautiful office and furniture. Looks so funky. I’d love to work in that office.

  • Roo says:

    The stark while walls are very jarring to the eyes making it difficult to work on the computer. Also, all of those reflective surfaces increases the noise levels to point where one can hear the sound of a pen drop on the floor from the other side of the room. Those working on the upper level can clearly hear the conversation going on in the lower level. If someone decides to wear heals one day, the entire office could track that person’s movements all day because of the hard flooring surfaces. We seem to be drawn to images of spaces that are simplistic and without clutter because it represents the life we’d like to have, but the majority of people choose something quite different for themselves in real life.

  • This is a concept and we are now seeking for an investor to produce it

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