For those yet to experience Indesign #83, our ‘Workplace Progress’ issue in full, here’s news that ought to please you.
May 12th, 2021
Since it first hit the stands back in March, we’ve shared snippets of Indesign #83, our ‘Workplace Progress’ issue, with you here, on Indesignlive. With each article we’ve shared—projects and comment pieces alike—it’s been clear that, amongst our online audience, there’s a taste for more of the issue’s judicious entails to be published online.
Curated around the pertinent topic of ‘Workplace Progress’ and the ever-evolving world of workplace, the issue is consummated by 172 pages, each brimming with insightful commentary, provocative ideas, innovative products and architectural eye-candy from local exemplars of progressive workplace design.
In it, we interview Patricia Urquiola, on her views re: design’s future; pay homage to the Lyon brothers, and the legacy they’ve built, as design luminaries; visit the site of Market Lane, Melbourne’s new commercial development, where employee health and wellness rule all; get the inside scoop on Sydney’s most well-endowed home office; take a look at how Hogg & Lamb designed a corporate workplace with a welcoming sense of authenticity for McConaghy Properties in Brisbane; marvel at Woods Bagot’s captivating design of the new Sculptform showroom, in Melbourne; hear from Unispace, about the future of the CBD; Stephen Crafti explores how architects are reinventing the public realm to support collaboration and connectivity, in the laneways of Melbourne and New York; and much more.
The digital magazine makes the contents Indesign #83 available for you to peruse at your leisure, from cover to cover. Just fill in the form below to delve deep into our latest workplace issue.
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