The style of minimalism is a design approach that is characterized by austerity and laconism in decoration. Mainly achieved through the use of functional furniture and interior objects, geometric shapes and a combination of usually not more than two basic colors. Minimalist interiors are usually compact, black or gray, and have a strict geometric shape. The most common choice: white color combined with graphic gray.
Part of an old building has been transformed into a minimalist workspace for Dynamo, a digital design studio founded in 1999 located in Mile-Ex, a rising area popularly known in Montreal as creative hub. The space was designed by canadian designer Anne Sophie Goneau.
Casual spaces for informal interaction are visible throughout the space while a more private meeting can be held on box frame rooms with glazed and wide glass walls that show the company’s transparency. Open workstations that are popular nowadays in office interior designing can be found in this office space and are all identical regardless of the employee’s position in the company. The color scheme is created using the game of halftones, and in this design the furniture throughout the office is mostly white or black maintaining minimalism throughout.
The interior design of this office space screams modern minimalism which implies a lot of space, and simple geometric shape and smooth silhouettes as shown on this couch offering a relaxing place for breaks or during semi-private meetings. Diffused lighting coming from the ceiling merging with the furnishings all go with the minimalist design concept.
The floors are painted dark blue, and the kitchen is fitted with light-grey lacquered cabinetry. A custom-made slender LED luminaire stretches across the ceiling and connects various areas that somewhat serves as a way finding that guides workers to different zones.
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