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25 Orange and Black Interiors

To celebrate Halloween, we round up our best orange and black interiors from our Instagram feed.

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When designing headquarters for the Mexican Football Federation in Toluca, Mexico, @arroyosolisagraz incorporated a central patio that offers circulation to the three-story building’s various amenities including a cafeteria, sports hall, auditorium, and training rooms. ???? by @jaimenavarros. @sandow

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@tomdixonstudio recently relocated its headquarters to a former industrial building at London’s famed Kings Cross. The new digs combines shop, workshop, and office all in one, with a rooftop restaurant and terrace on the books. According to Dixon, it was imperative to not just find a new office or shop, but a new home. “We’ll use 17,500 square feet in this incredible location as a platform to broadcast our latest ideas in interior design, product innovation, and experiments in food, functionality and future living.” Text by @ryanwaddoups, ???? by Peer Lindgreen. @sandow

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The @WashingtonPost’s headquarters by @Gensler_Design uses hub-and-spoke planning that allows reporters, social media specialists, and videographers to mingle. ???? by @garowland

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Regram @galeriemagazine . . . When it was unveiled in 1931, the elaborate mosaic-clad lobby of Irving Trust Co. at 1 Wall Street, an Art Deco skyscraper designed by architect Ralph Walker, was one of Manhattan’s most unusual interior gems. The Red Room, created by artisan Hildreth Meière, was sheathed in a dazzling pattern of orange and oxblood glass tiles, and laced with a web of gold and bronze lines. Closed to the public since 2001, the 9,000-square-foot mosaic underwent a $1-million restoration last year spearheaded by developer Harry Macklowe, who is converting the upper floors into coveted residences. ???? by @hedtk; text by @geoffmontes. See more photos of the stunning restoration at galeriemag.com. #galeriemagazine #redroom #architecture #thisplacematters #restoration #mosaic #liveartfully

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Referencing the vectors of the company’s Illustrator software, @Gensler_Design crafted a boundary-pushing office in San Jose for @Adobe that abounds with linearity, from LED fixtures to the cedar-slatted rooftop pergola. ???? by Emily Hagopian. @sandow

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@andpizza has arrived in NYC with graphic environs by @thisiseau that feature custom-cut subway tiles, crisscrossing linear LEDs, exposed steel columns, and art by @rubin415 and @biscosmith. . . ???? by @jacobsnavely @sandow

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Arne Jacobsen’s chair and footrest sit in the corner of a playroom at a masterful renovation of a 1920’s Washington, DC house by @NADAAAinc. ????: John Horner. #homes #IDhomes

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At a mixed-use building in Shanghai by Kengo Kuma and Associates, louvers made of thin, flexible sheet aluminum, powder-coated white, undulate across the ceiling and down a wall to evoke rippling waves. The standout design, which translates seamlessly to the 29-story facade, received our Best of Year award for Commercial Building/Lobby. ????: @ttgoodmorning. @sandow

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Happy Halloween from Docservis! This boldly orange interior—a corporate cafe by @randelliottarch—lent the cover of our October 2015 issue unmistakable enthusiasm for the holiday’s fun-filled festivities. Chairs by @kariminc bask in the cafe’s glow, created with the help of gelled LEDs. ????: Scott McDonald/Gray City Studios. @sandow #architecture #interior #design #interiordesign #office #cafe #orange #halloween

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Matte black Spanish marble covers virtually every surface of Andreas Martin-Löf’s house near Stockholm—the plywood sliding door is a quirky touch. ????: James Silverman. #architecture #design #interiors #interiordesign #bathroom #stockholm #marble @amlamlaml

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Croatian-Austrian design collective Numen/For Use created an interactive sculpture at the OK Center for Contemporary Art that featured ceiling-suspended nets that acted as a canyon-like staircase for visitors. ????: courtesy of the designers. @sandow

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LEDs crisscross a corridor at Sony’s harmonious New York headquarters by @STUDIOSarchitecture. ????: Eric Laignel. #architecture #interiors #design #interiordesign #office #sony #nyc

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Acrylic panels lining the staircase at LMI’s headquarters by Gensler contain small mirrors side-lit by LEDs. Photography by Michael Moran. #architecture #interiors #design #interiordesign #staircase #lighting #virginia @gensler_design

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One Plus Partnership dreamed up a noir scheme that would make the audience at the Wu Shang Zhong Yuan Mall International Cinema feel like they had just walked into a movie. Oblong powder-coated steel volumes shoot down from the ceiling like meteors, making for palpable drama and pristine design. Photography by Jonathan Leijonhufvud. #architecture #design #interiors #interiordesign #entertainment

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EnTrust Capital’s New York headquarters successfully transcends the traditional cubicle-and-carpet office configuration. Curved snow-white Corian workstations, swirly ceiling panels of mirror-polished stainless steel, tinted micro-topped concrete flooring, and walls paneled in orange polyester-resin lacquer all unite to form an unforgettable office that pushes design boundaries, and then some. Gensler was commissioned to oversee the office’s expansion and thus designed a breathtaking quartz spiral staircase that flows into the floor below, making the new space feel just as important and artful as the original. Lindsey Adelman’s powder-coated orange hanging fixture both dangles and cascades down the center, serving as a bold and dramatic focal point. Photography by Chris Leonard. #architecture #design #interiordesign #interiors #office #staircase @gensler_design @lindseyadelman

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Ebonized oak boiserie meets Italian statuary marble in the stairwell at @Moncler‘s NYC flagship by #GillesBoissier. ????: Eric Laignel. @sandow

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Enlivening a Munich office building’s atrium since 2004, two interlocking spiral staircases designed by Olafur Eliasson form a double helix with a seemingly infinite path. While closed to the public, visitors take pleasure in imagining themselves interacting with Eliasson’s sculpture by climbing up and down the staircase in a dizzying yet adventurous trajectory that brings them right back to the start. The staircase adds an eye-catching visual contrast to the vertical orange steel-and-glass structure of the office tower in the background, too! #design #staircase #architecture #spiral #sculpture #art #munich #germany #contrast

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Hidden Fortress, a firm giving life to some of Berlin’s most innovative recent projects, incorporated numerous unusual yet fascinating details when designing Bar Zentral. Paint on the restroom’s walls replicate a camouflage technique invented by the British navy during World War I, and ceramic wall tile reveals itself to be a portrait of a Blade Runner character. Photography courtesy of Hidden Fortress. #architecture #interiors #design #interiordesign #bar #berlin #germany

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Bright colors and contemporary artwork lend whimsy to Pritzker Group’s Los Angeles headquarters designed by HOK, with an acrylic on canvas by Gary Lang adding a vibrant contrast to Wolfgang C.R. Mezger stools in the pantry. ????: Eric Laignel. #architecture #interiors #design #interiordesign #office #artwork @hoknetwork

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Tinted mirror walls and a concrete floor coated in epoxy greet visitors at @uber’s San Francisco headquarters by office masterminds @o__a. Linear lighting leads to reception, anchored by a walnut base supporting a live-edge slab of violet-veined marble. ????: Jasper Sanidad. @sandow #architecture #interior #design #interiordesign #uber #office #sanfrancisco #california #tech

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Models of atoms and molecules yielded the hexagonal motifs of pendant fixtures, custom ceiling panels, and wall treatments at the National Nuclear Security Administration by HNTB Corporation in Kansas City, Missouri. ????: Michael Robinson (@mrobinsonphoto). #architecture #interiors #design #interiordesign #office @hntbcorp

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For this week’s #idpicks contest, we’re asking you to submit your best images of modern kitchens! Tag your images with #idpicks and our editors will repost their favorites on Instagram and InteriorDesign.net this week. Pictured here, a black swath of glossy plastic laminate unifies and accommodates kitchen cabinetry, a sink, and appliances inside a Montreal apartment by @ASGoneauDesign. ????: Adrien Williams. @sandow

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Extensive break-out areas, product testing labs, and even a VR room define L’Oréal’s NYC office by @Gensler_Design. Link in bio for more fashion and beauty offices! ????: @garowland. @sandow

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A canopy of pendants, formed from corrugated cardboard, create a warm and exciting ambience inside Motel One, a canteen in Munich by Ippolito Fleitz Group. ????: Zooey Braun. @sandow

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A luxurious Taipei home, which @atelierii and Just Make Design outfitted in various dark natural stones, boasts a secret passageway with five hidden doors to each bedroom. ????: Ivan Chung. @sandow

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