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Tokyo – In the workspace of record label Toy’s Factory, large peripheral windows sculpt the modularity and mobility of the spatial design.
Shangqiu, China – Inspired by the layout of well-designed cities, Mur Mur Lab brings streets and path lighting into the workplace.
SAN FRANCISCO – Frame speaks to Primo Orpilla, co-founder of Studio O+A, about the challenges and drivers of contemporary workplace design.
OBJECTS – Koleksiyon’s office furniture unshackles workers from assigned stations, and empowers them to reinterpret their workspace.
VALENCIA, Spain – Fran Silvestre delivers real-world interaction design that entertains while clarifying the user experience.
Manama, Bahrain – Taking the expansive geometry of Islamic patterns as inspiration, the interior of the Al Baraka Banking Group HQ has been designed with a focus on materiality.
Rotterdam, Netherlands – Colourful forms and furniture transform Cambridge Innovation Center’s common area into a surreal sculpture garden.
SINGAPORE – Soundwaves become physical – and photogenic – in the new workspace of Sivantos, the world’s leading manufacturer of hearing aids.
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – Employees take their shoes off for lunch on the lawn at the Evolable Asia workspace designed by 07Beach and Studio Happ.
TORONTO – Housed in a former textile and knitting factory, Slack’s new workspace finds the common thread between the building’s past and present.
As employers around the world invest in spaces that promote productivity and well-being, Andreu World introduces furniture that responds to modern office needs.
SHANGHAI – Frame Awards 2018 winner X+Living fuses minimalism, futurism and larger-than-life industrial chic in the retail-cum-research-cum-office space Powerlong Ideas Lab.
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