September 19, 2021

30 Creative Wooden Workspace Interior Designs

An organized and clean workspace is one of the vital factors in any sort of work. While working as creative professionals, we spend most of the time in offices – doesn’t matter if it’s a home office or corporate one, we should take into consideration and make them as useful and nice as possible. In my opinion, an office should be a nice and cozy place to work, if otherwise we could not manage to do our best. The most important factor in making an office a cool place to work is interior design.

In this post, I would like to show you some nicely designed offices with wooden accents that add a nature look and feel to the workplace. Look through these and find something for your home or company’s office.

Horizon Media

Horizon Media

Big-Giant

Big-Giant

OKIA

OKIA

Downstairs office

Downstairs office

Google Office In Zurich

Google Office In Zurich

The stairwell at TBWA Amsterdam office

The stairwell at TBWA Amsterdam office

22squared Inc.

22squared Inc.

Hakuhodo Office

Hakuhodo Office

Unilever Switzerland Office

Unilever Switzerland Office

North Advertising

North Advertising

Grand Gift

Grand Gift

Sprikk Office

Sprikk Office

X3 Office

X3 Office

Saatchi & Saatchi

Saatchi & Saatchi

Pons and Huot

Pons and Huot

Azure Office

Azure Office

BrandBase

BrandBase

Wood home office

Wood home office

Dtac Headquarters

Dtac Headquarters

Headvertising

Headvertising

Seamen’s Church Institute

Seamen’s Church Institute

Parliament’s Office

Parliament’s Office

Red Bull’s Headquarters

Red Bull's Headquarters

CouponCabin’s Office

CouponCabin's Office

Lance Armstrong Foundation Office

Lance Armstrong Foundation Office

NoPattern Studio

NoPattern Studio

David Baker Architecture Headquarters

David Baker Architecture Headquarters

ACBC Office

ACBC Office

Minimalist Wood Home Office Design

Minimalist Wood Home Office Design

Earth Tones and Built-Ins: An Open and Integrated Home Office

Earth Tones and Built-Ins: An Open and Integrated Home Office

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Tomas Laurinavicius is an adventurous designer and entrepreneur. Editor-in-chief at Despreneur and Product Manager at Refe. Connect with me on @tomaslau.

16 Comments

  1. Ishrath Reply

    Lovely compilation of wood in design. Was browsing for something else but this post got me excited. I really wish to work in places like these but then they are too artificial. Thanks.

  2. Warren Dunlop Reply

    Amazing offices, nice article!

    Just noticed that “Wood home office” and “Minimalist Wood Home Office Design” are duplicates (same office, but from different sites).

  3. Design Turnpike Reply

    Some of those are quite gorgeous. Especially interesting to me as I work with distressed wood on nearly every license plate art and map project I undertake. As always great curation, how do you assemble these examples? Do you pursue them or are they submitted voluntarily… Thank you for posting!

  4. Durable Flooring Reply

    Wow pretty amazing offices. I’m a firm believer in making office spaces beautiful areas of appreciation as it is normally where most working individuals spend the majority of their time; however, I am curious as to the functionality and durability of these spaces? It would seem the upkeep would be significant and God forbid there is broken water pipe…Needless to say they look great!

  5. John Waite Reply

    Stunning examples of offices – I really wish I worked in one of these! I love the look of the wood combined with glass partitioning in the North Advertising office – clean and modern, yet still rustic.

  6. janjamm Reply

    I can see that some of this wood is recycled. BUT, we are mowing down the last of our old wood forests. This has to be factored into any decision to use wood. Wood is an endangered resource and any designer should think about that and only use recycled woods. Please.

  7. Cheap Conservatories Reply

    These are awesome. Our office looks incredibly bland in comparison – we’ve just got a huge window on one side, but all of the furniture is really mismatched, and there’s certainly very little wood – lots of horrible plastic bits and pieces. It would make me much more likely to want to work somewhere if I had an interview in a place like these!

  8. Anna Crowe Reply

    I was lucky enough to visit the 22Squared office in ATL and it was amazing. The way they reused the old gym floor wood was so inspiring and you could just feel the warmth coming through the floors. One of my favorite wood designs in an office space is from Havwoods (http://www.unispace.com/portfolio/havwoods/) I’m sad they didn’t make the list. The use of wood on the walls with the bold red is really a great piece of work.

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