Morse moved to a new office and we are proud of every corner of it!
Our goal was to make a place which is inspiring and creative in every detail! We chose industrial design and furniture to build the atmosphere. Big windows, lots of light and a nice neighborhood help us to create amazing projects!
It was a long process of tearing up the floor, painting, building desks but the result speaks for itself, and we are glad we did it all ourselves. The visual concept of Morse is coming back in the interior, we used just simple black and white. Paint the walls in white and keep the concrete floor raw as possible. The top of the handmade desks are made of multiplex wood then we used whitewash. The light hairpin legs by Mandrel created an ethereal feeling; we painted the raw steel to matte black. No glossy at all!
We visited at least ten industrial and vintage stores in the whole Netherlands to find our new furniture. These two days were incredible.
The yellow trolley became a true love for the first look. It came from Primsta Meubelen at Waalvijk. Furthermore, we found there an Overtoom locker and also a vintage lamp on a wooden tripod. They have been all cleaned up and restored so ready to take their final spot around us.
Creating a place for our staff and equipment was also in the focus; we brought our new grey locker back to Rotterdam from the depot of Roest Wonen in Bavel. It was super heavy bringing it to the first floor but anyway, it is so cool!
The lights were also really important for us; we found beautiful Emaille lamps made by the Belgian factory Reluma at Twindustrial in Kedichem. Our super fancy old theater spotlights were found on an online auction from Belgium. We changed the cables and reduced the luminous intensity.