Steelcase’s On the QT by Orangebox epitomises what the hybrid office should be, with a booth that exudes comfort and a sanctuary-like safety.
Reece Group’s new offices in Melbourne, aptly named The Works, carve out a very future-forward vision for working life. Take the tour with Indesign and Jan Henderson.
Do you use your car as a workspace? Enter BMW 7 Series, a luxury car with all the benefits of a paper-free office with good ergonomics, fresh air, views, natural light and connectivity.
From hybrid that works, to hybrid that doesn’t, AI futures, buzz words explained, the roadmap to ROI plus more: Here are five workplace learnings from Worktech Melbourne 2023.
At home and in the office, comfort is paramount in the modern day of work. Understanding this better than anyone, Flokk presents HÅG Tion, a sustainable dream in design and wellbeing.
With Vida Glow, taking your supplements feels like an indulgence. The brand has recently worked with Arent&Pyke to execute its beautiful and lush Sydney headquarters. We take you through this “butterfly moment” with Sarah-Jane Pyke.
Geyer is evolving workplace design to respond to neurodiversity and embed greater inclusivity and equity into its clients’ physical spaces, writes global design director Adam Mundy.
Six Ideas by Dexus and Warren and Mahoney shows us how to establish an optimal hybrid collaboration framework. Read this insight-rich article from the presenters themselves.
With a new emphasis on luxury, Hub Wynyard in Sydney accommodates hybrid working in a fit out that strongly connects with the city.
As workplaces take on a new identity in a post-pandemic world, Business Interiors is enabling engagement, collaboration and culture with intelligent furniture solutions that address the evolving needs of employees and organisations.
It’s time to give up the office ping pong table, writes Angela Ferguson. Why, you may ask? Because one of the imperatives of the modern workplace is to question the purpose behind each design choice. Read on…