Hotel The Exchange is an independent fashion hotel in central Amsterdam that playfully weaves together fashion and architecture in unique rooms ranging from one to five stars.
At Hotel The Exchange fashion meets architecture in the most unexpected and inspiring way. Rooms are dressed like models by young designers from the Amsterdam Fashion Institute (AMFI), allowing guests to sleep in fashion and wake up in style.
Hotel The Exchange * Amsterdam Fashion Institute | Design Gallerist | Rare & Unique Products.
Our interior and fitout division recently handed over the new office for GSC consulting.
GSC is one of the leading consultancies in the region for strategy, finance and technology with large government and local clients. They wanted a new design for their office which reflected their growth and current position as a leader in their field. Spiceworks designed and executed the project with fitout and project management. Our branding company Idea Spice had earlier created their brand and the office needed to reflect the same DNA and extend the design language in the environment.
Here are some pictures of the new office which was recently handed over to a client who is more of a close friend and confidante! We wish them the very best in their new premises and pray the space is the catalyst that will take them to the next level in their business.
The office of Migo, a media and entertainment company in Manila is fun, hip and high energy. Using traditional elements from homes in Manila and fusing it with an urban theme, they pulled off a space thats high energy and reflects the culture in a rather cool way. I love the textures and the fusion and the bold use of the traditional.
Workspace That Promotes Collaboration and Creativity – Design Milk.
Design Milk featured a series of houses made from containers.
These homes are low cost, environmentally friendly and extremely modern and hip. Would love to build a design studio/ campus like this. Inspired!!
12 Homes Made From Shipping Containers – Design Milk.
I was at an office in DIFC for a meeting today and the view from their conference room was awe inspiring. Here are some snapshots in black and white.