5 Bold Fashion and Beauty Offices

Lively interiors are brand ambassadors for fashion and beauty companies.


1. Firm:
Gensler.

Project: L'Oréal.

Site: New York.

Standout: Reflecting the diversity of 30 brands are extensive break-out areas, product testing labs, and even a virtual-reality room.



Fila's logo over the reception desk of the company's Mapos-designed New York office. Photography by Oleg March.


2. Firm:
Mapos.

Project: Fila.

Site: New York.

Standout: Above the reception desk, the sportswear manufacturer's logo appears as an LED fixture in perforated steel with a powder-coated frame.



Plant wall in the café of Melbourne's L'Oréal office by Travis Walton Architecture. Photography by Derek Swalwell.


3. Firm:
Travis Walton Architecture.

Project: L'Oréal.

Site: Melbourne, Australia.

Standout: Glam meets green with model Gigi Hadid's visage printed on vinyl in a meeting pod, near the ferns and begonias of the café's plant wall.



Oak-veneered canopy at Stitch Fix's San Francisco headquarters by Gensler. Photography by Connie Zhou.


4. Firm: 
Gensler.

Project: Stitch Fix.

Site: San Francisco.

Standout: An oak-veneered canopy visually unites the headquarters's reception area with a café.



Relief map of the world at Foot Locker's global headquarters by Ted Moudis Associates. Photography by Garrett Rowland.


5. Firm:
Ted Moudis Associates.

Project: Foot Locker.

Site: New York.

Standout: At the company's global headquarters, acrylic vitrines hold memorabilia near a relief map of the world constructed with shoelaces for sneakers.


> See more from the April 2017 issue of Interior Design

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