The design of the Mono offices was a collaboration between Mono’s co-founder Chris Lange, and architect Charlie Lazor or Lazor Office and Flatpak House, who together aimed to transform the space into a open place where creative ideas could roam free, a notion well visible in the final result.
The same blue from the entrance door can be found accenting the offices bright white walls, as well as on ceiling beams and office doors, including a refinished barn door that slides open to reveal a modern conference room lined with Herman Miller Embody chairs. I love this office space, especially the white walls and the contrast in the art work and pop of color. We cannot take our eyes off the eerie umbrella-holding human figures that dangle seemingly in mid-air in the 7,000 square-foot (650 square metre) office of ad agency Fold7 Farringdon (Clerkenwell, London).
The figures were created by Czech artist Michal Trpák who has used similar humans-with-umbrellas themes, most notably in his large-scale work, Slight Uncertainty, installed in an office complex in Prague in 2012. Fold7’s founder Ryan Newey and Paul Crofts Studio acquired the art as part of the design of the swanky digs for the 45 Fold7 employees. Paul Crofts Studio was established in 2003 in London by furniture design graduate, Paul Crofts, and it is known for creating interiors as well as customized products and furnishings.
Ryan Newey’s career began with the creation of the Ted Baker brand that was the founding client of his firm.
We cannot take our eyes off the eerie umbrella-holding human figures that dangle seemingly in mid-air in the 7,000 square-foot (650 square metre) office of ad agency Fold7 Farringdon (Clerkenwell, London). The figures were created by Czech artist Michal Trpák who has used similar humans-with-umbrellas themes, most notably in his large-scale work, Slight Uncertainty, installed in an office complex in Prague in 2012. Fold7’s founder Ryan Newey and Paul Crofts Studio acquired the art as part of the design of the swanky digs for the 45 Fold7 employees. Paul Crofts Studio was established in 2003 in London by furniture design graduate, Paul Crofts, and it is known for creating interiors as well as customized products and furnishings. Ryan Newey’s career began with the creation of the Ted Baker brand that was the founding client of his firm. Amsterdam-based ad agency Gummo has one of the more unique offices we’ve seen on Office Snapshots. The office below uses furniture purchased locally from secondhand shops, online, and items left from their previous space. The end-result makes an impactful statement as soon as one enters the 12,500 sq-ft, full-floor penthouse office. The main workspace is an open-plan studio focused around formal and informal meeting and collaboration areas.


Teamwork is essential to Hudson Rouge’s day-to-day operation, and the office’s ‘Collaboration Alley’ is a key enabling element. Further circulation routes woven through the office’s interior and perimeter create a ‘promenade’ that allows staff and guests to easily traverse the landscape of open collaboration settings, lounge areas and meeting and conference rooms while allowing work to go on undisturbed. Break-out collaboration spaces feature whiteboard walls large enough to accommodate the boundless ideas and visions that Hudson Rouge’s teams produce. Honesty, craft and integrity are standout characteristics of the office’s finishes and furniture, with the project team’s selections intended to create a play on a tension between industry and luxury.
Literally on top of all this, the design also includes a 1,800 sq-ft private roof garden with 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline – further reinforcing the uniqueness of the agency and the luxurious character of its clients. Balancing the design’s obvious sumptuousness is a basis of environmental responsibility – one of the major goals for the project. The canvas prints in the board room are a great way to pay tribute to the history of the building, as it was once a print shop and a great idea for your corporate art. The sheer volume of the space gives the artwork the visual open air it requires in order to appear fun and inviting, as intended, rather than spooky and menacing. A large part of the space is unassigned and functions as an open plan with various options for employees, clients and projects to move around as needed. Since that time, his Fold7 agency’s clients have include British Airways, Carlsberg, Disney, Nike and Reebok. The sheer volume of the space gives the artwork the visual open air it requires in order to appear fun and inviting, as intended, rather than spooky and menacing.
A large part of the space is unassigned and functions as an open plan with various options for employees, clients and projects to move around as needed. Since that time, his Fold7 agency’s clients have include British Airways, Carlsberg, Disney, Nike and Reebok. Designed by i29 interior architects, the space uses all reused furniture which has been sprayed dark grey. As such, the architects convinced the ad agency to do something that would both make a big statement as well as not be expensive. Once sprayed and placed into the office, everything is placed into position against a white background giving the space a very interesting contrasting look.
Approaching M Moser Associates for the design of their New York office, the firm emphasized its vision of an inspiring workplace that would reflect its core values of progressive, out-of-the-box creativity as well as the expectations of an upmarket clientele.


Visitors first encounter a reception area whose most striking feature is a reclaimed wood timber screen. The design allows maximum daylight penetration into the open studio through unobstructed views to the north, south and west.
Running through the centre of the space, the alley creates common connecting areas for the staff.
Even the wall art – notably including reclaimed metallic objects and whimsical papier mache rhino head – aims to inspire bold, original ideas. Various wood species – from the reclaimed timber in reception to the sap wood walnut veneer of the boardroom’s custom ‘Tavola’ table by NuCraft – add textural depth to the space and connect it to the always-visible skyline beyond.
Accordingly, natural lighting, efficient artificial lighting, and extensive use of recycled, recyclable and renewable materials help to make the design highly sustainable. Previously we’ve seen an office covered almost entirely in grey felt, as well as another with elegant black and gold embellishments. Traditionally, office projects can cost big bucks, so trying to keep the costs down for a space that isn’t going to be used long is a good idea. From these cues, the M Moser project team placed emphasis on branding, collaboration and critical strategic thinking as they refined the design concept.
More than just a focal point, it is subtly aligned to preserve a sense of privacy between reception and the open studio area behind. Even office and team rooms transparent are enclosed with frameless glass fronts, leaving clear sightlines to the rest of the office. Its northwest corner features a ‘Collaboration Lounge’, anchored by a ceiling feature that brings definition to the space below by repeating the reclaimed wood motif first seen in the office’s reception. The floor meanwhile is a simple grey poured concrete and monolithic carpet tile, providing a neutral canvas upon which the office’s muted accent colors, polished metal light fixtures and vintage furniture pieces can interplay. In combination, the open workspace plan and expansive views evoke the sense of ideation and visioning that is essential to Hudson Rouge’s creative aspirations. Glass pendant lights provide a functional finishing touch and a further element of visual distinction.



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