The floors and pyramid are covered in grey carpet, bright yellow ventilation tubes crisscross the space and stackable chipboard shelving provides storage.
A showroom and reception area upstairs have been stripped back to reveal different textures and tiles.
Photos are by Mikael Olsson.
Here's some more information from Fredrik Stenberg of Uglycute:
The project was a showroom/officespace for the swedish fashion brand Cheap Monday in Stockholm. Prior to designing the office space in Stockholm we designed their first new store in Copenhagen that opened in december.
The office in Stockholm consist of 900 squaremeters divided in two floors. The upper floor serving as a more public showroom and reception area and the lower as an open office landscape. The upper area was treated in a raw fashion by subtracting walls and exposing the existing surfaces beneath. Fixtures and lamps in the showroom are the ones designed for in the shop in Copenhagen. In the lower area we worked more with addition than subtraction.
Arranging a few closed office rooms along the facade and placing a conference pyramid in the middle of the room. The sloping walls allowed more light to enter the space and made it a bit more dynamic. The materials we used are all quit cheap. Grey needle punch carpet, stackable chipboard bookshelves and standard ventilation tubes painted in a bright yellow colour.
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