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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.
Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany – When Bosch AS asked Alexander Fehre to design a new workplace for its engineers, the young architect brilliantly and humanely rose up to the …
Valencia – The Flex office chairs by Piergiorgio Cazzaniga took home a NeoCon award for office seating, but look cosy enough to take home.
Asunción – How can designers promote fundamental dignity in the workspace? The Earthbox project by Equipo de Arquitectura has a Frame-award-winning answer.
Copenhagen – From a more affordable version of the soundproof booth to textile paneling, here are three tweaks that open-plan workspaces can borrow.
Amsterdam – The employees of the Goede Doelen Loterijen had a long list of dream requests for their new home. Benthem Crouwel was able to fulfil almost every single one.
Minsk – For the new PandaDoc offices in Minsk, Studio11 devised a chromatic plan to divide the space into four distinct zones.
Bangkok – In this case study from our book The Other Office Three, Party/Space/Design came up with a porous workspace that checks off several lifestyle boxes.
Melbourne – Using (shock!) inexpensive cardboard tubes, Branch Studio Architects managed to create an elegant and humane update for a secondary school in Australia.
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