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Conexus Studio inaugurated its new office space with a spectacular celebration attended by some 200 clients and partners.
The latest design from Bean Buro provides a place of learning, a space to connect and the ideal environment to present the essence of iconic retail brands and it’s called Moulding Talent.
Siren Design’s progressive and unequivocally cool workspaces are grounded by a belief in designing for community and context. It is all the more relevant in our isolating pandemic circumstances, asserts its Singapore managing director Penny Sloane.
Known for their talent in adaptive re-use, Linehouse brings new vision to an under-utilised indoor pool at Jing’an Kerry Centre in Shanghai.
The flexible work spaces of RMBL’s new head office, designed by Golden, have transformed the mortgage manager’s conventional practices in favour of an activity based working model.
The following ten design projects represent the most inimitable offices we’ve seen of late, in which space goes above and beyond in its role as a facilitator of ABW.
In today’s workplace where social and activity-based work spaces take precedence, Elisa and Grazia Manerba are curators of ‘exchange’.
At the tail end of 2020, our work spaces have never looked more different, and the needs of our offices have never been more varied. Thankfully, Pedrali has you covered.
Wilkhahn’s latest innovation, Timetable Lift, redefines the potential of collaborative work spaces through thoughtful, people-centered design.
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.