An unconventional office interior as a union of spaceage, futurism and friendly Scandinavian forms

Norwegian design studio Kvistad recently completed a major upgrade of Bakken & Bæck’s HQ office in Oslo. The unconventional office interior is a union of spaceage, futurism, and friendly Scandinavian forms.

A lot of ideas are taken from spacefaring vessels. All floors, walls, and ceiling are painted in the same color, to give a feeling that everything is molded in the same material.

Some rooms have carpets on floors expanding to cover the walls, suitable for a zero-gravity environment. Many of the details are supported by thin lines to resemble weightlessness.








Design and info © Kvistad Design Studio

Images © Lasse Fløde

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