The green room
Dutch studio Space Encounters used low walls topped with tropical plants to partition the 14th floor of a recently completed tower in central Utrecht.
The planters are designed to provide privacy to workers of Dutch property developer Synchroon, while adding greenery that will improve their wellbeing.
The inhabited wall
To divide the communal areas from the workspaces at Pocket Living's London office, Threefold Architects created a 40-metre-long wall from plywood spruce and light-grey steel.
The "inhabited wall" incorporates meeting rooms, wellness rooms, break out spaces and a canteen.
The colourful canopy
These offices for branding company Enlisted Design, designed by Medium Plenty, have been divided up using white partitions and plywood pegboard walls.
Against this neutral palette, a colourful canopy of blue, red and grey strings created by artist Annie Tull defines a route from the entrance to the workspaces.
Taking cues directly from the design of micro homes, Particular Architects incorporated moveable furniture into its own office so that it can easily be reconfigured.
Fold-down desks can be used to divide up the space, or stored so that the room can be used as a meeting space.
At the UK headquarters of advertising agency 18 Feet & Rising, architecture practice Studio Octopi created a dark and mysterious tunnel that leads from the offices to the board room.
The plywood tunnel divides up the office, while low plywood screens are used to separate the desk areas from communal spaces.
Canadian studio ACDF Architecture used colour to denote the different areas of subscription-based entertainment service Playster's 1,670-square-metre headquarters in Montreal.
The colours, which are used on walls and floors throughout the office, are taken from Playster's logo.
Vladimir Radutny Architects placed two irregular-shaded volumes into the offices of Sukhman Yagoda Law to divide up the 372-square-metre loft in Chicago.
The partition's blank white walls are designed to contrast with the buildings old timber columns and exposed brick walls.
Space Encounters split the offices for ergonomic buggy manufacturer Joolz in two with a row of three glasshouses.
The glasshouses run down the centre of the former warehouse and are filled with plants. They also have benches in so that they can be used as informal meeting rooms.
The semi-transparent one
Polish architecture studio MTRMGR created a series of office cubicles around a central space for sound production company Ztudio.
The semi-transparent workspaces are constructed from varnished pine frames and polycarbonate sheets.
The offices of mattress brand Casper in New York, designed by Float Studio, are arranged around three blue boxes.
While two of the boxes house storage and a meeting room, the third contains three beds that employees can use for informal meetings, or sleeping.