WORKac Designs Wieden+Kennedy in New York

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Jun 18, 2014
References: work.ac & contemporist
Wieden+Kennedy is a well-known advertising agency started in the 1980s, with early work done for Nike at the time. WORKac was in charge of designing the New York office for the company, with the challenge of making it just as creative as the members of the business.

The office is centralized around an oval-shaped staircase, which winds its way up to the top level of the work area. While people do have quiet areas to work, the entire layout of the interior is intended so that people will come together as a collective, instead of just sticking to their designated sections. WORKac did not use any bright colors for the interior, mostly employing wooden materials and a whitewashed look which gives everything a clean, minimalist design.