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OpenAD | Inspired office

Interiors OpenAD | Inspired office

OpenAD | Inspired officeFunctional planning is made as stylization of union of inner room and outside- there are formed „streets” on which as seperated blocks are located „houses” with windows, facades, podiums, in floor recessed flowerbeds etc. For finishing and furniture is used simple materials- boards, lacquered MDF, white wall painting on 4th floor, grey lacquered plastula for 3dr floor walls.

OpenAD | Inspired office

OpenAD | Inspired officeInterior is created in topical recycling style- 4th floor wall and secretary pannels are made from timber products remainders and no more usable household or office appliances. Lamps are made of high diameter pasterboard tubes which previously were used as rolls on which fabric and textiles is reeled on. Low budget project, worked with simple materials and developing „trash style” in interior projects.

Location: Riga, Latvia
Architect: OpenAD | architect Zane Tetere, designer Elina Tetere
Client:  Inspired
Project: 2010
Realization: 2010
Executors: metal artist Edgars Spridzans, carpenters “LB construction”
Techincal specifications: 3rd floor (Inspired) 380m2 , 4th floor (McCann- Erickson-Riga) 640m2, total area 1020m2
Photos: Maris Lagzdins, Krists Spruksts
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