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Milan – Laboratorio Permanente combines the city’s modernist aesthetic with the informality of co-working environments at Spaces Milan.
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London – Following the human-centric concept of Huckletree Shoreditch, Studio RHE designs Huckletree West around the behaviour of its users.
Amsterdam – M+R brings a digitally integrated design to subscription management client ILGE’s multifunctional retail and co-working space.
PEOPLE – The Frame Awards jury in the Spatial category for Work includes Claudio Feltrin of Arper, Frederique Keuning, and Ben van Berkel of UNStudio.
TOKYO – For 'innovation base' 100 Banch, Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects brings to bear the straightforward solutions for which he is known.
A physical stage, a virtual database, and an AR device – Maya Pindeus elaborates on her concept for the Frame Challenge, Tomorrow’s Workplace.
HONG KONG – NC Design and Architecture design the locally inspired co-working concept with the belief that by engaging with the space, workers will engage with each other.
STOCKHOLM – To facilitate good design as a basic human right, Fredrik Carlström and Anna Behring Lundh open Alma, a members-only club for the creative class.
PARIS – In an attempt to improve work-life balances, MoreySmith transforms a former factory into a complete corporate-lifestyle alternative.
EINDHOVEN – The latest branch of the rapidly expanding hospitality chain opens its doors, inviting young people to gather, stay, and inspire each other in the hybrid space.
LISBON – SelgasCano turns Second Home into a luxuriously verdant creative co-working space that lives up to its name.
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