SLAB wins Work, Redefined – The Design Challenge with a Kit Of Pods for the Social Office. This 3-D printed off-the-shelf product is both a solution and a strategy that puts people at the centre of the new socially-driven workplace.
As working between home and the office becomes more commonplace, we now need to find furniture that supports us within both environments.
No one lasts 110 years in the furniture industry without continually refining and creating premium furniture products. In 2021, Workspace celebrate 110 years of being in practice, and are showing no signs of stopping anytime soon.
Looking beyond the standard rental agreements of the past, Space&CO. are opting to bring options to the table previously unseen for office tenants.
Paving the way for the post-pandemic office is Wilkhahn. With their new study, ‘Human Centered Workplace,’ the global company provides powerful insights on the new era of work through a range of products designed to encourage growth and productivity in the evolving workplace.
The pandemic saw unprecedented freedoms given to employees in an effort to keep the ball rolling. But as we move away from it, what does the ideal office look like in a post-pandemic world, and what will it take to bring employees back to the office in a full time capacity?
A comprehensive survey conducted by Steelcase has birthed the ‘Global Report: Changing Expectations and the Future of Work.’ We take a look at the results.
With an increasing need for premium health environments, Workspace offers bespoke and standard furniture options readymade for innovative spaces.
Since 2017, the Workspace Awards have been a highlight on Australia’s design calendar, celebrating interior design, and showcasing the finest work in our community.
Australian furniture company, Workspace Commercial Furniture brings their expertise in inspiring furniture to the Aged Care and Allied Health environments.
From Spanish design group Forma 5 comes the Dot.Pro Chair, inspired by ergonomic design in every aspect, and with effortless style.
As March draws to a close and we begin a new month, Sue Davis talk with Simone Oliver, Principal and Sector Leader Interior Architecture at Architectus, about their transition to WFH and the future of their culture.
After 10 years, multi-disciplinary design studio Foolscap Studio needed a change. After spending years in an office in the hubbub of Melbourne’s CBD, the team was long-ready to find a peaceful new home from which it could expand on its already impressive resume of projects.
The Work Space is one of the most tightly contested categories in the INDE.Awards. Which is why Russell & George’s self-designed North Melbourne studio was such a worthy winner in 2019.
Going from strength to strength, the 2019 Workspace Awards saw the most exciting submissions in the history of the program, and here’s who took home gold…
The Workspace Awards are an annual highlight of the design awards calendar, and these are your 2019 shortlist entrants.
Pedrali put its best foot forward with its latest collection of modern office furniture at one of the commercial design industry’s most popular design fairs.
Asia Pacific boasts some of the world’s leading commercial environments. But is there one that truly stands out as an exemplar? The INDE.Awards says YES!
Designed by Futurespace, the design strategy for Savills new Sydney digs was influenced by ABW methods, allowing for the breakdown of both physical and communication barriers to enable a more coherent, collaborative, team-accessible workplace.
What are the principles and strategies behind designing for incidental staff collisions and chance encounters? Siren Design maps out its creative thinking and approach for Powercor CitiPower’s BEON Energy Solutions, Melbourne: a purpose built workplace which encourages its staff to ‘interact’ and ‘collide’.
A century-old woolstore is redeveloped for another 100 years of use, ready for the new industries that emerge and develop in Pyrmont.
When we think about ‘seating’, we often think of an object: something tactile and physical. Yet when we think about ‘sitting’, we think about an organic action, comfort, and relaxation. Haworth’s Fern chair reworks traditional design with a focus on sitting, rather than seating.
Nicolai Czumaj-Bront has worked with Haworth as an industrial designer since 2005, and is now currently Haworth’s Design Lead for Europe. Having grown up in a creative household, he strives to design product solutions with an emphasis on translating the abstract into something tangible.