10 Modern Startup Offices You Have to See to Believe
These startups are not only taking the New York and the U.S by storm, their startup offices are making a splash in the design world. Whoever said cubicles and white walls are elements of great design could not have been more wrong. It takes creativity, ingenuity and great taste to make any space modern and great. Not only are these startups revolutionizing their particular industries, they are also taking their office design and decor to the next level.
Projective Space is among the trendiest coworking spaces in NYC. It features high ceilings, dark hardwood floors, open spaces, and lounge areas that create a homely and comfy feeling. What makes this coworking space so innovative is their minimalist and urban details – when you are at their space, check out their keyless office access.
This relatively young company took New York by storm in 2009 and has become a leader in retail media and commerce advertising. What is special about their office is the open concept design. Their minimalist design and attention to industrial details makes this space truly unique.
As its name indicates, The Farm is a rustic oasis in NYC. This co working space truly stands out thanks to its thematic accents. The barn inspired doors, and wood furniture give this space a rustic feel. If you want to leave the city without stepping outside of Manhattan, this is the place to go.
Styleseat makes looking your best easy and effortless. Their mission is to make beauty experts accessible with a click of a button. Their focus on beauty greatly translates into their San Francisco office. Open space is beautified by wood beams and a slick glass balcony. The office is also decorated with plants and wood beams to create a warm and natural feel.
Awesome is among the top design agencies in NYC. This great space features modern glass offices, minimalist furniture, high ceilings, and industrial elements. Its emphasis on minimalism and attention to architectural design and human centric technology makes the office truly beautiful and an eye-pleaser.
Kargo’s combines seamless experiences with brand advertising to create one of the best marketing platforms. Their focus on interactive user experiences translate into their startup office design. The strategic use of orange in different parts of the office matches their logo and their website’s color scheme.
Bark & Co’s love for dogs goes beyond providing them with treats, and dog-friendly vibe translates in their relaxed and friendly office atmosphere. Their white furniture along with gray and red accents exudes a contemporary atmosphere. Plus the spacious kitchen and open layout makes it a great startup office to work.
In the span of 2 years, Skycatch has become a leader in drones and robotics. Aside from dominating one of the most innovative and forward thinking industries, this company also dominates in office design. One of the most distinctive aspects of its office is its pops of color. Unlike other startup offices whose main color scheme are neutrals, Skycatch truly takes advantage of vivid colors such as yellow, green, and blue to brighten the office and its co-workers.
Harry’s is a delivery service selling top of the line razors. With only a few years in the market, this newcomer is disrupting a 30 billion dollar industry. And guess what? Their office is also creating some buzz in the interior design industry. I mean, how can you not want to work at their beautifully renovated Soho loft, where their office features repurposed brick walls, high ceilings glass wall, and modern furniture.