When you need design inspiration, Pinterest is never far away. We’ve done the leg work for you and picked out 10 of our favourite, and lesser known boards for workplace design inspiration:
Steve Tsai is a Toronto based photographer and Senior Team Leader with figure 3. His Steve Tsai Photography board has a very fluid feel and captures beautiful spaces around the city. Definitely worth a look.
The Cool Hunter features modern, quirky and new age designs from around the world. Inspiration can be found in all their boards, but for modern, clean commercial looks, their Office Design board is a go-to.
Design Milk always delivers when it comes to inspiration and awe in their images. Their commercial hospitality retail design board doesn’t loose the Design Milk charm and delivers on highlighting some of the most unique office spaces around the world.
Tom Dixon Studio’s Inspiration: Beat Lights board provides inspiration around their lighting collection. From residential to commercial and retail applications. The board maintains a strong theme and illustrates the beautiful design in spaces while also providing inspiration for other lighting set ups. Perfect for features rooms, lounges or casual spaces in an office.
Many workplaces today are looking to add their own third spaces within the office by adding cafes at corporate campuses and offices. On the Grid City features designers that explore and curate the best attractions from cities around the world. Get inspiration for your next cafe from these globetrotters with their Coffee Shop Interiors board.
Smaller organizations and large ones alike are starting to go with a more rustic design of spaces and looking for something that seems more grown up than the start-up world. Vice’s Toronto office is a great example. The Fixtures and Furnitures board by Thomas Murphy gives you inspiration for designing an office with a robust and strong character. Many of these pieces will fit well in break rooms or library’s which are becoming more common in office spaces, to offer employees a space to relax and work in peace.
Contemporist’s Workplace board is self-explanatory. It features workplaces featured on the sites and provides no shortage of interesting and innovative ideas. From an office with a hangout net to clean and modern designs.
Borrow design ideas and get inspired by WeWork’s spaces around the world. The board features various locations, from rustic to modern and has something for everyone – whether or not you are designing a coworking space.
Canadians are likely familiar with it, but for our counterparts down south, AZURE’s Interiors board is definitely worth checking out. It features both residential and commercial spaces from the Toronto based magazine.
Interface has had sustainability at it’s core for a long time, a value instilled by founder Ray Anderson. They pay homage to designing with the environment in mind with their Biophillic Design board. A must follow for those looking to embed sustainability and wellness in spaces.