Work & Co has offices in Brooklyn, Portland, Sao Paolo, Rio de Janeiro and Belgrade. Each of these offices has been designed with elements that take their location into account. For the company’s new office in Copenhagen, the multidisciplinary design studio Aspect Office was used to create a workspace that is cozy, comfortable and typically Danish.
The new office is located in a centuries-old building originally designed by Danish architect Arthur Wittmaack in 1916. The Office aspect transports the building into the modern era by giving it a brutalist feel of the modern grid. The room is flooded with natural light and creates a warm and cozy atmosphere. The choices of oak, calming neutrals, and soft textiles all help maintain this aesthetic. Aspect Office designed all of the stationary furniture, including a wall-to-wall bookcase with a built-in oak veneer niche, a soundproof phone booth, and the six-meter-long custom table in the kitchen. In the kitchen there is also the first office kitchen from Reform x Aspect, which is due to be launched on the market this year.
The furniture was chosen for its simple design to add to the clean, minimalist look of the office. As the office is in Copenhagen, it was only logical that the team opted for a mix of Scandinavian brands.
Photos by Rasmus Dengsø.