We’ve just arrived back from the Orgatec fair where the world of workplace was on show. Here are three inspiring brands whose product showcases invited us to experience and learn.
Indesignlive is on the ground in Cologne, Germany where the major workplace fair, Orgatec, has kicked off. Our editor Alice Blackwood brings us highlights from key brands showcasing at the fair.
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The narrative of the modern office has been explored in new ways through Pedrali’s new products premiered at Orgatec 2018.
We came out in droves for Orgatec 2018 – the year that Australians dominated the German commercial furniture fair quite unlike ever before.
The rise of ‘softer’ workplace designs and blurred typologies leaves an opening for a new kind of materiality. We take a look at how this area is being explored at Orgatec 2018. Hint: it’s about the convergence of technology and materials.
From limited edition finishes to prototypes and new releases – Flokk has taken the opportunity to showcase its Scandinavian power during Orgatec 2018 – all within a beautiful and thoughtful stand design.
Rapid change requires adaptable, people-focused design. Wilkhahn’s offerings at Orgatec 2018 consolidate its position as a leader in furniture for progressive office environments.
From wellness to materiality and the changing requirements of an office space – no stone is being left unturned as a design reference at Orgatec 2018. We take a look at the discussion points arising at the biennale commercial tradeshow.
Returning as the Official Partner of the INDE.Award Luminary 2018, Wilkhahn is giving you the chance to win a trip to Germany for Orgatec. Enter now!
Wilkhahn stands worldwide for some of the world’s greatest design. German designed and made, the brand has been making an impression on office design for six decades, and are continuing to step it up with the Metrik and Occo chairs.