A Modern Office in Poland with Modular Elements Made of Plywood

01.17.18 | By
A Modern Office in Poland with Modular Elements Made of Plywood
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The Poznań, Poland based interior design studio Oyster were asked to reimagine the offices of multimedia company MOOV with the goal of designing a system of furniture that could move and grow with them. The office spans two floors with the marketing team downstairs and the creative department upstairs and now the different spaces boast a mix of materials to help differentiate between the two.

Oyster created three systems of modular components that could work for everyone out of budget-friendly materials like plywood and white lacquered MDF. The first system comprises the desks/tables, the second is the storage cabinets, and the third makes up the small storage and organizer odds and ends. All of the pieces can be mixed, matched, and moved around as needed should things in the company change or grow, making it a smart choice for any office.

Photos by Maciej Frydrysiak.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.