The most read features on IndesignLiveASIA this year have been office project reviews. Find out which ones in our year-end summary.
December 26th, 2012
It seems you can’t get enough of office interiors! Five of our ten most read features during 2012 were office project reviews, and a sixth was a discussion piece about the power of office design.
The latter, written by HBO+EMTB Director Larissa Murphy, questioned whether office design really affects staff attraction and retention. Does being fun make a difference, she asked?
Ogilvy & Mather, Jakarta by M Moser Associates’ Kuala Lumpur team (in partnership with lCDA International)
IDLA readers were most taken by Ogilvy and Mather’s Jakarta office – a lively space that combines variability of zones with – well, fun.
SapientNitro by Space Matrix
Reflections at Keppel Bay by Daniel Libeskind (with DCA Architects)
Here’s the full list of your top 10 for 2012:
Stay tuned for more office interiors – coming your way in January.
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