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Berlin – Tasked with turning a listed building into a modern co-working hub, Lxsy Architekten used strong colour and simple geometry to choreograph the space.
London – Yet to even open its doors, new co-working start-up ARC Club in London has had to rethink its strategy for after lockdown has lifted.
With major employers increasingly adopting flexible working practices, the creation of satellite co-working spaces can serve this new OOO workforce.
Stuttgart – Studio Komo’s Urban Spaces in Stuttgart, Germany, was judged by the Frame Awards 2020 jury as the most successful example of suiting a diverse mix of users.
Stijn Geeraets, cofounder of the Belgian office servicer, thinks the COVID-19 crisis might accelerate the demand for work-life functions offered by co-working venues.
Chengdu – Tapping into the workspace-meets-retail trend, Soho 3Q tasked Superimpose with transforming two floors of a Chengdu shopping mall into a co-working space.
Bangkok – Thai building-material supplier Boonthavorn saw a gap in the market for young designers without a centralized materials library. Its solution? Combine one with a co-working …
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.
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