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Beijing – Cun Design incorporates traditional bamboo into a modern workspace to invite the natural landscape into the heart of the city.
Etten-Leur, Netherlands – i29’s design for the Dutch IT company specialized in the food sector emphasizes health, vitality, and growth.
TOKYO – For 'innovation base' 100 Banch, Jo Nagasaka of Schemata Architects brings to bear the straightforward solutions for which he is known.
LONDON – Designed by Gensler, the Hyundai Capital office invites employees to co-opt the space and make it their own.
MADRID – Trapezoidal doors and neon contrast with natural wood in the Movistar eSports Centre, combining retro-futuristic aesthetics with physical comfort.
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.
Bangkok – Putting the IT in fit, Inteltion follows the fashion of fitness with gymnast rings, punching bags, and ping-pong in the boardroom.
COPENHAGEN – Sara Martinsen shines a spotlight on both established and upcoming artists in the record label's workspace.
LONDON – Led by Benjamin Hubert, strategic design agency Layer opens its doors to a functional and flexible creative house.
LONDON – Roof-window ‘portals’ by Odos Architects make the most of the Slack office’s penthouse views and such natural light as there is.
AMSTERDAM – Three Enriched Office environments at Schiphol airport use waterbenches and UV tables for greater attentiveness and improved workflow.
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.
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