The Hybrid Office Features Topographic Furnishings

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 5, 2012 • References: edwardogosta & frameweb
The Hybrid Office by Edward Ogosta features a series of landscape-inspired interior fittings. Resembling rocky, mountainous and hillside topography, these cubicles, storages fixtures, lounge areas and meeting rooms make a powerful visual statement.

Located in the heart of Los Angeles, this 500-square-meter media agency explores the use of typological hybrid structures that blend architecture and furniture concepts. Repeating a bold visual language, structural elements appear to morph into furnishings while aesthetic details mirror purposeful accents. With an aim to embody the force of creativity, the Hybrid Office by Edward Ogosta strays far from the traditional office environment.

This clean corporate interior is all about its users' sensory experience with a design that successfully merges form and function. Stats for Landscape-Inspired Interiors Trending: Older & Mild
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