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Yokohoma, Japan – Go Today Shaire Salon in Yokohoma – designed by Canoma – challenges the status quo of impermanent salon set-ups.
London – Fantoni collaborates with design firm Gensler to create a line of furnishings that facilitates the creative beta mode in which staff at its European headquarters work.
Data suggests the new era of co-workers value flexibility and speed to market, over the amenities and aesthetics normally championed by WeWork.
Bangkok – Bangkok-based Fattstudio retrofits a family home into a cosmetic company’s offices and flagship store.
Copenhagen – For Copenhagen's 3 Days of Design in May 2020, Frame and Danish furniture brand Montana are challenging young designers to conceptualize a fluid office lobby based on …
London – Gensler’s headquarters in east London use empirical data to create an agile and flexible workplace.
Tokyo – Japanese firm Nendo designs glass partitions with binary-code graphics for a Tokyo-based office.
We explore how workspaces can support mental heatlh, what it takes to reboot a heritage brand, the lessons from WeWork's downfall and much more in our first issue of the new decade.
New Jersey – Brent Capron and Joan Blumenfeld of Perkins+Will explain how social spaces can form part of an integrated approach to workplace wellness.
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.
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