Today we take a peek inside the offices of Dutch advertising firm Brandbase. Their offices are decorated with and furnished, unconventionally, with hundreds of wood packing pallets.
Brandbase's new office is in an old and narrow canalhouse and spread across three floors. The staircase, reception desk, work stations, conference table, and more are all constructed from packing pallets. The desk and table areas are topped with tempered glass. Ample windows and enormous skylights let in natural light which, thanks to bare white walls and white floor, is free to bounce around and keep the narrow space from feeling closed in. Although the use of packing pallets is certainly unconventional the open space and abundance of natural light really sells the space. Check out the gallery below for a tour of the offices.
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Natural Light and Pallets: Inside the Offices of Brandbase [Design Boom via Re-Nest]