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Curtains could be the solution for creating post-pandemic workspaces that feel safe, sensual and inspiring – spaces that feel neither fully open nor shut off.
Ergonomic designs from Vitra, Pedrali, Montana and more invite at-home workers to think about a more intentional office space.
Our third Frame x Orgatec Design Challenge workshop featured finalists Workplace Solutions, who have envisioned a more intuitive future for work.
Berlin – Tasked with turning a listed building into a modern co-working hub, Lxsy Architekten used strong colour and simple geometry to choreograph the space.
Lisbon – How can we work better? It’s a question Daniel Zamarbide’s Geneva- and Lisbon-based team gave much thought to before and after designing their shared space.
Hong Kong – Bean Buro designed an ‘agile, sociable and paperless’ work environment for Jardine Restaurant Group in Hong Kong.
London – Yet to even open its doors, new co-working start-up ARC Club in London has had to rethink its strategy for after lockdown has lifted.
Our Zoom workshop consulted the expertise of leaders from Microsoft, Behavioural Strategy and MAD World Summit to highlight the modern workplace vision of Frame x Orgatec Design Challenge finalist …
Andreu World’s latest table designs introduce customizable, adaptable solutions for the changing workplace.
How will the COVID-19 crisis impact work? Will we still need a physical office or will WFH become the norm? We discussed the subject at length during our second #FrameLive session.
With major employers increasingly adopting flexible working practices, the creation of satellite co-working spaces can serve this new OOO workforce.
San Francisco – Before the pandemic, the SaaS company – enjoying considerable success in spite of the times – tasked Studio O+A with a second workspace project.
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