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The rooms of the of Joolz´s office and showroom in Amsterdam, designed by Space Encounters, are divided by a living, breathing rainforest.
Amsterdam – BDG Architecture + Design breathed new life into Amsterdam’s Rivierstaete building to unify 15 agencies of British company WPP under one roof.
Tokyo – TeamLab’s ‘digital receptionist’ for DMM.com welcomes visitors to a space that responds to human motion.
Seoul – As Hyundai Card evolves into an increasingly digital service, Gensler provides a new workplace that links it to a traditional focus on employee creativity.
Warsaw – Polish studio Beza Projekt designed Warszawski UL, a closed-layout co-working space inspired by Mad Men.
Minsk – Studio11 creates another genre-bending space for a tech startup – this time, using sensual ceramics, brightly hued curves and a series of eye-catching nooks.
Shenzhen, China – The playful 800-sq-m Unova Co-Working space reflects the changing priorities of Chinese workers.
Chicago – With interiors by Studio O+A and IA Interior Architects, McDonald's corporate headquarters tackles a new era and workspace hospitality.
Amsterdam – At this year’s Frame Lab, Paula Strunden presented her virtual proposal of a home, featuring real-life components. Can this be adapted to the remote workplace?
Los Angeles – As adventurous style is part of the Farfetch DNA, the designers at Studiofibre outfitted the company’s new LA headquarters with bespoke sculptural soundbooths.
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.
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