How can non-physical design elements such as ‘light’ bring people together? Philips by LAVA uses “intelligent lights” in a parametric designed ‘tree’ to boost communication, creativity, interchange and wellbeing for staff and visitors.
May 29th, 2017
Durabella – Terrazzo Floor Covering
Moso – Bamboo decking, floor and wall tiles
Desso – Twist Carpet
Forbo Flooring – Marmoleum linoleum
Bolidt – Epoxy Coating
Reinweiss – Wall paint and woven wallpaper
Derako – Wooden ceiling
Fixed & Fitted
Basaltgrau – Aluminium screen frame
Ecophon – Ceiling islands and acoustic ceiling
Sphinx – Sink and closets
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With staff fully assimilated to the rhythms of agile working, how do we begin to offer further flexibility? In its Brisbane headquarters, NAB looks to seamlessly align staff with space, giving them the room – quite literally – to physically and mentally ‘flex’. Designers Wood Bagot strove to bring physical space and human behaviour into perfect sync.