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Pantin, France – Magasins Généraux, the cultural hub of Parisian advertising agency BETC, is a prime example of the porous office.
Herzogenaurach, Germany – For a new workspace in Adidas’ World of Sports Campus, Behnisch Architekten developed a village within a village.
Amsterdam – Real estate services and investment firm CBRE puts its own spin on ‘new ways of working’ for its home base: The Core.
Brussels – Fosbury & Sons’ third location Albert ‘offers the flexibility and stability businesses need’ to provide users with wellness-driven workspaces.
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.
New Delhi – Hoping to learn from India’s innovators, IKEA's research and design lab has introduced a not-for-profit platform open until next April.
Stockholm – Seeking a space to evoke fashion-school fundamentals, the Swedish fashion brand worked with Johannes Norlander Arkitektur to totally restore a former embassy.
Seoul – Balancing individual and collective needs, Berlin practice Kinzo turned the 21st floor of the David Chipperfield Architects-designed Seoul HQ into an employee hub.
Shanghai – 100Architects recreates a sunny holiday feel in its design for a Club Med office.
Melbourne – Australian architecture firm Studio Tate designed Our Community House, a co-working space that uses intelligent planning to bring together different employees.
Frame and ORGATEC challenge today’s leading designers to give shape to tomorrow’s agile office.
Shanghai – For the headquarters of Focus Advertising Agency in Shanghai, Yushe Design built spaces that celebrate the ultimate symbol of knowledge.
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