This has to be one of the most inspiring spaces I have seen. TSC Design worked on Heineken’s 38,000-square-foot office space in New York making use of elements and colors that serve as a branding locale as well. The elevator lobby is one of the most catchy spaces using the green glass Heineken bottles that are illuminated to give such a beautiful effect.
The other color they used was the red which is also part of their brands logo. The red was used in popping elements such as reception Arne Jacobsen chairs and in the desk partitions and employee chairs as shown in photos below.
According to Interior Design Magazine: “A time line, illustrated by archival photos and vintage advertisements on light boxes, connects Dutch roots with this locale. Different countries where Heineken is sold provided the inspiration for graphics on the tabletops in six conference rooms with curved glass fronts. In the open space between them stands a bar that seats 25-and offers Heineken, Amstel Light, and Dos Equis, the company’s three most popular brews, on tap. “
[ Interior Design Magazine]
About TSC Design (from their website)
TSC Design, headquartered in New York City, was founded in 1995. Through the years, TSC Design has grown to be a multi-disciplinary design firm offering a wide range of integrated services, and is positioned to work globally. Our personalized and innovative company is dedicated to finding functional and clever solutions for all of our clients’ design and operational challenges. We always promote staff development and believe in furthering our business goals through hard work, creative thinking, and new partnerships with our clients.
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