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
Offices for SapientNitro, Microsoft Singapore, SCA Design and JWT Shangahi also captured your attention.
Reflections at Keppel Bay by Daniel Libeskind (with DCA Architects)
In other sectors, the big reads were the Reebonz Flagship Store and Reflections at Keppel Bay – Daniel Libeskind’s first residential project in Asia.
Stories delving into the worlds of Proof Living’s Yung Ong and landscape architect Ng Sek San were your most favoured profile pieces.
Here’s the full list of your top 10 for 2012:
3. SapientNitro by Space Matrix
7. JWT Shangahi: Creativity Served
9. Reflections at Keppel Bay, Singapore
Stay tuned for more office interiors – coming your way in January.
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