Loving this office of San Diego innovation and design consultancy firm Bulldog Drummond. Their Victorian house-turned-office space they have effectively titled ‘The Manor’ features a mix of traditional British design with a modern California twist. I love Brit-inspired design… the ubiquitous brown leather chesterfield and union jack pattern. Very cool yet still looks professional.
My husband read about San Francisco based interior design firm O + A in an issue of Fast Company magazine. Their focus is workspaces, and let me tell you, I’d give anything to be able to spend my days in environments like this (instead of staring at row upon row of dreary cubicles and industrial carpeting). Lots of cool ideas here that can translate to residential spaces.
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Interior designer Kyla Bidgood emailed us about one of her latest projects – and it’s a doozy! It is the office of an up and coming tech company in Victoria, BC. She has turned an ugly commercial space into a fun and energizing work space that should generate all kinds of creative techie juices flowing. The vintage industrial vibe rocks and the accents of red really pop. LOVE IT! (So jealous – I’d die for my cubicle to be this cool). Here is some info from Kyla:
Our mandate for MediaCore’s new office was to create a vibrant, environmentally friendly, ‘non-officey’ looking office that could accommodate the company’s needs now and as they grow. Working within a modest budget, we chose affordable finishes and injected calculated pops of color and whimsy to give the space it’s playful personality.