The models and concepts below are just a start. Just about anything can be scaled up, down or replicated in some way to create a unique enhancement for your office, a place where your team can meet, relax or just imagine.
One of two models this features a very organic shape and a few "punk" elements. The Koi is a great example of making something larger than life. Other times the mere placement of an object that is close to real size but unexpected is all you need. Imagine a full size elephant as a collaboration space or train caboose.
Le Voyage Dans La Office
Based on the capsule in the 1902 french classic Le Voyage Dans La Lune, this model replicates the rivet structure and bullet shape of the original. The model features a floating floor which interior up lighting giving the interior a very futuristic feel. The interiors of business attractions are designed to support everything you would expect in a contemporary meeting room. Proper: Le Voyage Dans Le Bureau
40,000 Meetings Under the Sea
Inspired by the Jules Vern classic, this concept is to create a collaboration space based on the Nautilus. This would be a great platform for upcycled items as well as industrial artifacts.
Apollo Lunar Module
The idea here is to build a smaller meeting space similar to the original lunar landing modules of the Apollo era.
Natural shapes and animals are a staple of the roadside attraction. Animals make great attractions and add a sense of whimsy and fun to the office environment. Check out our sample of roadside attractions you'll see examples of elephants, fish, whales and bears. That's just the beginning, virtually any animal can become a business attraction.
Classic science fiction is a great source of inspiration. Early films such as the Flash Gordon serial series which debuted in the 1930's are great examples. Long before CGI these early Scifi productions utilized hand built models similar to what you might see in a stage play.