Red Bull Amsterdam Office by Sid Lee Architecture

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Sid Lee Architecture were commissioned to create something a little flashy for Red Bull’s new headquarters in Holland. A former shipbuilding factory, the 875 square metre space is about as far away from your average open-plan as you’d imagine. This is very much a ‘yeah, we hate the rules so don’t try and stick us in a box Grandad’ kind of project.

It’s showy, intent on being ‘rebellious’ but still, undeniably an incredible piece of design. A ‘crash room’, skateboard ramps, geometric caves, mosaic tiled walls, rude toilet signs and airplane wing desks. No doubt the famous beverage on tap, it’s hard to imagine anyone dosing off at work here. More over at Yatzer.

images: Ewout Huiber

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