A great office interior design is completed designed by the Dake | Wells Architecture design. This 1,400 square feet office architecture design is located in Springfield, Missouri, USA. This project is held in 2010 by the architect. Which is precisely located in a suburban retail center, the design of this 1,400 square feet headquarter for an aluminum supplier is inspired by the thousands of the aluminum extrusion which is dies found in the company’s manufacturing plant. As a void within the solid block of the retail center this office is conceived. A sweeping curve through the space is defines the edge of the void itself, it is serves as a datum which is displays the past projects and from which semi-private offices are carved. Throughout the space and contrasted with the more workmanlike qualities of the concrete and the backlit pegboard, the highly refined transparent and the reflective qualities of the glass and the aluminum are exploited.
Behind the cantilevered reception desk, a wall of the aluminum shavings which is collected from the curtain wall manufacturing process is displayed. It is serving as an educational tool to describe the company’s recycling program. The offices are defined within the voids of the “die”. Between the two eight-foot panes of glass, a glass storefront sandwich a variety of the one-inch thick curtain wall sections is located. While to explain the curtain wall product, these sections are serves as the educational tools, while it is also acting as a screening device for the offices. It is adding a sense of the privacy to the transparency.