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Creative director Scott Rominger explained why major brands trust the provider to appoint and manage their offices at Frame Awards 2020. Watch the talk now.
Victoria, Canada – In British Columbia, Hansenbuilt Design and MJM Architecture turn a former heritage building into co-working space Kwench.
Yokohoma, Japan – Go Today Shaire Salon in Yokohoma – designed by Canoma – challenges the status quo of impermanent salon set-ups.
Data suggests the new era of co-workers value flexibility and speed to market, over the amenities and aesthetics normally championed by WeWork.
Udine, Italy – Udine co-working and research space Star Hub – designed by Visual Display for Autostar Group – frees users from the restrictions of conventional work environments.
Amsterdam – We joined with Design Post Amsterdam to host Share or Subscribe: Product and Space in a Post-Ownership Era, with aims of furthering the conversation about today’s …
Amsterdam – Shanghai-based designer Li Xiang remembers a time when offline retailers would skimp on design budgets. How did that change so much in barely five years?
Amsterdam – Studio Lonk presented an intriguing co-working space for senior citizens, meant for the generation currently four decades too young to use it.
Madrid – At the 2019 Frame Awards, the jury members applauded the resourcefulness and material pride of José María de Churtichaga’s Impact Hub Piamonte.
Amsterdam – Co-working spaces aren’t about working anymore: in the age of millennial loneliness, they’re mostly about finding one’s social niche.
Brussels – Stijn Geeraets, co-founder of Antwerp-based Fosbury & Sons, explains how the company’s newest co-working location enables work to look and feel good.
As members’ clubs and their target groups thrive, is the genre surrendering its air of sophistication?
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