Playster Headquarters by ACDF features an open-concept design and different color workspaces. The ultimate dream office?
If you don’t know the incredible work of ACDF Architecture today is the day you change that. A studio made of experienced and passionate professionals which create complex residential, commercial and institutional projects through dynamic materials, acoustics, light and tectonic assemblies.
The designers offer a variety of services based on client satisfaction, collective effort and environmental awareness. With a successful portfolio in the world of interior design and architecture they have already participated in several new constructions and restoration projects.
Recently, the Canadian studio designed colorful headquarters for the entertaining service Playster, following the brand’s vibrant logo concept. Located in Montreal the 1,670-square-meter office space features a contemporary, open-concept design that is enhanced by a bright color pallet and white surfaces.
ACDF turned the space in a 1980’s tower on Peel Street, with colorful carpets and technicolor walls in order to create a strong visual impact and delineate different areas.
Each team, for example, was assigned with a different color, enabling a sense of identity within the different departments in the company.
A white corridor was placed at the center to connect the colorful workspaces, providing a defined contrast between the lively vibe of the offices. The ceilings and furnishings were also covered in white to soften up the impact of the bright hues.
Playster headquarters also includes informal spaces like a games room with Foosball and table-tennis tables and a lounge, each fully colored in one shade.
Some areas are partitioned with floor-to-ceiling glazing, while vinyl floor and wall panels provide a glossy finish.
According to the studio, Playster employees have now the opportunity to enjoy a flexible and stimulating work space where creative work can emerge into social interactions.