The new Milan Offices of software developer Autodesk pay tribute to a clean, minimalist and contemporary style. Goring & Straja Architects explain their choice: “to embody the link between Autodesk’s digital tools and the history of design, modern interior elements such as concrete workbenches, sliding glass doors, and phone booths are detailed with the forms of predigital drafting tools such as protractors, triangles, and templates“. High ceilings and large corridors ensure a feeling of space and social connectivity.

The brand’s office building in Milan (initially discovered by Freshome on Office Snapshots) is structured on two levels and enhanced by original decorating elements: “To reference the tradition of Italian masonry and fine craftsmanship, a long wall linking the two floors is covered with handmade Venetian plaster. The green of the wall and the warm wood of the original floors contrast with the dominant interior color, white“. The most appealing design elements are probably the wall graphic projects and drawings created by famous Italian designers using Autodesk software. Enjoy the photos!