Peddle.com’s New Office Digs
Architecture & Interiors
The PEDDLE.COM offices were designed by architecture firm Alterstudio and the interiors by Joel Mozersky of One Eleven Design. With a team like that, it’s absolutely no surprise this puppy is stunning, modern, dramatic and fun. From Alterstudio’s website: “Originally built in the 19th century as a general store with a 4th floor & new façade added in the 1940s, the Buttrey Building housed a variety of offices before falling into disrepair. Its raw condition provided an unusual opportunity in Austin, Texas for the 6500 square foot headquarters of Peddle; an internet company with offices also in Connecticut and Bangalore.”
Fun as in a wall covered in green turf. And that there’s a pool table in the office. “A room of synthetic grass that holds a pool table, and another delineated with a collection of hammocks, adds a sense of whimsy to the overall ensemble.”
Stunning in that modern lines and materials were mixed with the crumbly, natural look of the existing brick wall, giving the space oodles of architectural character.
From the moment you walk in to throughout the space, there are elements and details that pop and punch, but nothing that steals the show or stands out from the rest — this is one cohesive and good-looking space. Loving it. More on the Alterstudio website.
Would you want to work in these offices?
Images: Casey Dunn Photography