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This workplace room belongs to the Amsterdam-based Random Studio, and was designed by XandL.
The undertaking consisted of creating a new working space that combined the room and comfort essential in a creative setting.
Random Studio Workplace by XandL:
“Random Studio is a imaginative studio and technologies workshop based in Amsterdam. The organization is manufactured up of designers, programmers, animators and artists whose mantra is to inspire through technological innovation and style.
For the past 8 years they were based on the Amstel River – at the MD’s previous apartment. Soon after taking on sixteen new personnel in much less than twelve months it grew to become evident a new area was essential. The new place at Westzaanstraat 10 was picked – all 475m2 (5,080ft2) of it. The architect company X+L, has a wealthy background in each interior and set layout so they were the obvious choice to support make the new room really feel like ‘home’. The short was simple – produce a space that would truly feel open but still intimate an environment that would invite creativity and stimulate the sharing of expertise and inspiration.
It was critical to Random that the area was visually lovely but with no it feeling as well ‘designed’. For this reason X+L focused on straightforward concepts that they knew would fit with Random’s persona. They filled the room with lush green plants – pockets of mini gardens on the floor and massive material bags hanging from the sealing filled with greenery. The mirrors, high ceilings and sky lights make use of the natural lighting. And the use of wood makes the area come to feel warm and inviting.
The initial factor you discover when you stroll in is the cafeteria – lunch is cooked and served here everyday. The couches, pillows and individually selected little wooden tables make the best setting for talking, sharing tips and inspiring. As you continue into the studio you come across the principal operating location – this is exactly where you truly truly feel how expansive the area is. Desks are spaced out, art function covers the walls and the abundance of plants provides the feeling of calmness and area.
The studio also consists of a sound studio, huge meeting space, exhibition room and a garden complete with shipping container that hosts Random’s interactive set up workshop.”
Images by: Kasia Gatkowska