Architecture and interior design firm mode:lina completed a new office design in Poland.
One very noticeable design element that’s been featured throughout the interior, is the use of bold and bright colors.
The new office design, which travels over three floors, was treated as a three-dimensional canvas for abstract paintings and includes colors like turquoise, pink, blue, and green.
Dominating white walls were balanced with vibrant colors creating a fun interior.
Some of the interior offices, which feature the colorful walls and floors, also include decorative items, like clocks and paintings, which are partially painted to match the walls.
Other rooms include the painted walls wrapping from the ceiling, down the wall, and onto the floor, designating the space for the meeting tables and work areas.
In this green room, a wall featuring painted old cameras has been framed out as artwork, adding texture and interest to the room.
A pixel-inspired room has green squares on the walls as well as the ceiling.
In some of the hallways and stairwells, a deep pink color has been used, while molding rosettes and decor pieces have been painted to match the surrounding walls, ceilings, and floor.
In the break room, blue was chosen as the accent color, and it’s been furnished with a billiard table, a neon accent light on the ceiling, and walls filled with billiard accessories.
In another area, there’s banquette seating to match the walls.
In the bathroom, the blue walls are accented by mirrors, and for a quirky touch, the hand dryer looks like it has light coming out from it, but it’s just a painted white accent that lines up with the floor design.