Flexibility is a rising demand for the modern workplace as hybridity becomes the new norm. The CSM Work Aisles collection proposes a radical new solution with Frame.
CSM’s new Work Aisles range shows that smart storage can be more than just where you can keep personal items at the office, but also the key to enhanced connection and productivity.
With the role of modern libraries still firmly focused on sourcing, preserving and enabling access to physical collections, these masters of adaptability have also become significant drivers of innovation, digitalisation and interaction in their local communities.
The eve of Thursday 20 February 2020 was one of conviviality, celebration, and friendly competition, courtesy of Polytec and friends.
Inspired by Valentines Day just passed, Bowled Over: Love Fest 2020 is a chance for the architecture and design community to come together while the weather is still warm and reconnect before the year takes off.
The University of New South Wales is passionate about creating spaces that engage and inspire the student community. The new refurbishment of the Electrical Engineering Building looks to elevate the learning environment with superior products by CSM.
End of trip facilities are becoming an important part of modern office design, but CSM know that sustainability must go hand in hand with this development.
This year CSM is celebrating a significant milestone with 65 years in the business of providing integrated office storage solutions for clients nationwide. We talked to CSM about their journey from humble beginnings working in steel to how they became pioneers in customisable storage design.
How do you design a campus that encourages students and staff to linger? And how do you foster a sense of connection in a vertical tower block?
Integrated technology might be commonplace in the workplace, but in education spaces it’s still a fairly new phenomenon. At Western Sydney University, Woods Bagot’s vertical campus design raises the bar in more ways than one.
In an era where technology and the ‘digerati’ rules all, we feel a strong need to make close online connections with the world at large. But how does this sense of connectivity and community translate to the physical workplace, and by extension, its design? In Jemena’s new Melbourne headquaters, seven floors and 800+ people have offered up a juicy challenge in exploring how design might create a sense of communal familiarity in a large-scale environment.