The stereotypically dull office is defined by its color (or, rather, lack thereof), and Playster's Montreal office explicitly pushes back against that. The workspace, which was designed by Canadian studio ACDF Architecture, uses the colors in Playster's logo to offset the white corridors with saturated, color-themed communal spaces.
Each of the rooms in the Playster office takes on one of the logo's colors, with very little variation from that hue. The only aspects of the room that deviate from the color of choice are the accents: for example, the library is yellow, with the only other color being the brown wood of the bookshelves.
Some of the open spaces in the office blend multiple colors, creating stark geometric patterns on the carpets that line the floors of those spaces.
Playster's Montreal Offices Feature Color-Themed Rooms
1. Color-themed Workspaces - Creating workspaces with color-themed rooms can challenge traditional office design and provide a more visually stimulating environment.
2. Branding in Office Design - Using company colors and logo elements in office design can create a cohesive and branded space that reinforces company identity.
3. Geometric Patterns in Office Design - Incorporating geometric patterns on carpets and floors can add visual interest and create unique design features in the workspace.
1. Architecture and Interior Design - Architects and interior designers can explore new ways to incorporate color-themed workspaces and geometric patterns in office design.
2. Office Furniture - Office furniture manufacturers can develop products that align with the trend of color-themed workspaces, offering furniture that complements and enhances the overall design.
3. Branding and Marketing - Branding and marketing agencies can help businesses incorporate their brand identity into office design, helping to create a visually cohesive environment that aligns with the company's values and message.