Old World/New World: Hipstamatic's Reimagined Offices

The new offices of Hipstamatic, a digital photography application for the iPhone, achieves an old world yet stylish modern feel. Dreamt up by design firm Envelope A+D, the tech company's snazzy new space is a sleek reimagining of a building from 1908, featuring brick interiors and chandeliers elegantly mixed with computer screens and funky neon chairs. The indoor space is suited to meetings and productivity, while the outdoor patio allows for cocktail hours and live bands—a perfect combination for a company to collaborate and thrive.

Kelly Anne Bonner
  • Photo credit: Mariko Reed
    Designed by Envelope A + D

    Skylight seeps in from the large cut-outs in the ground floor's ceiling, visually opening up the interior to the Hipstamatic workers surrounded by brick.

  • Photo credit: Mariko Reed
    Designed by Envelope A + D

    Dangling lightbulbs and a long, dining-room style work table encourage productivity. 

  • Photo credit: Mariko Reed
    Designed by Envelope A + D

    Quirky little touches, like these cameras drawn on glass, capture the brand feel of Hipstamatic. 

  • Photo credit: Mariko Reed
    Designed by Envelope A + D

    Wood and brick illuminate the space with glamourous lighting, while a slim steel staircase joining the two interior levels invites coworkers onto the rooftop lounge.

Designers
Envelope A+D

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