Amsterdam’s architecture and interior design is inspiring on their own accord. We were truly impressed by the Dutch capital’s beautiful office interior designs and how firms created their office spaces. Here are some of our favorite office interiors.
Two office designs by Beyond Space stood out to us. The company perfectly mixes art, architecture, and product development by creating beautiful interiors. For a security company in Amsterdam, Beyond Space used a colorful grid system that allowed users to change the layout when needed. Beyond Space created an office that doubled as a showroom for an interior design company.
The security company office interior features various beams and columns that knit together the two office floors. The grid is constructed from aluminum, allowing the client to organize and reconfigure the space. The trim on the doors and windows adds a pop of color while giving workspaces some privacy. The pastel furniture provides a contrast between the white grid and adds balance.
The interior design company office interior also provides a flexible space. Since the designer specializes in unique fabrics, Beyond Space used lush and unique materials to sculpt a beautiful office interior. The entire space features ceiling-to-floor, semi-transparent drapes. The interior’s color palette consists of natural, water-like hues, paying homage to the view from the tall windows of the office into the IJ river.
Fosbury & Sons
Inside a Dutch hospital dating back to 1845, you will find something not quite as many expect. Fosbury & Sons designed a beautiful co-working space with interiors by Going East. With an area of 6,000 square meters, the gorgeous building borders the waters of Amsterdam’s Prinsengracht canal. The office interior of this space is truly breathtaking. While the outside of the building still looks as it did back in the day, the interior is modern, and every piece was meticulously chosen to fit into the space.
The ground floor features an expansive lobby where members can lounge and mingle on the plush sectional sofas as they walk in. Additionally, people can enjoy contemporary artworks specially curated by local galleries. As you walk up the stairwell topped by the hospital’s original stained-glass skylights, you start to see the workspaces. These floors feature offices, communal areas, meeting rooms, and a kitchen area. It is a beautiful celebration of the historic building and repurposing it.
Offering inspiring space for entrepreneurial minds, Meet Berlage offers a space for conferences, workshops, training, and meetings. The co-working space is a stock exchange building, which was the home of the world’s first stock exchange. The interior of every room in the building has maintained its historical feel. Some board rooms feature stained-glass windows and unique ceilings. As you enter the building, the ground floor foyer is the heart of the building, with people working and a coffee shop working at full speed. Visiting this space is like stepping back in history while still being productive or putting an event together.
Interior Works’ office interior is gorgeously designed with a unique take on sustainability. Architect Niel Kramer created a design for the perfect workplace that made it into a park oasis. This idea led to a pleasant working environment for the staff, a fun experience for visitors, and an inspiring meeting place for partners. The office interior creates a beautiful relationship with the outdoors by bringing it indoors.
As you enter the office, the biophilic design reduces stress. The light-toned wood with the perfect spread greenery throughout the space creates a calming environment. Additionally, the various individual and group workspaces allow for a much more interactive office space that can reduce burnout and keep productivity strong. The minimalistic and organic shapes of various office areas open up the space. It is a simple yet beautiful office interior design that allows workers to feel less trapped inside an office space and inspired by nature.