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Valencia – Andreu World reimagines academic and professional learning spaces with comfort and wellbeing in mind.
Alkmaar, Netherlands – In a Dutch city better known for its medieval architecture, a renovated municipality building jumps to the forefront of innovative workspaces.
Dallas – As conceived by Perkins+Will, the Dallas office of Trend Micro honours the company’s Tokyo history with details that go from tatamis to ink paintings.
London – Squire and Partners designs a co-working space for legendary nightlife brand Ministry of Sound that challenges the line between work and leisure.
Frankfurt – From Post-its to whiteboard-paneled rooms, the PWC Experience Center is an exploration into how a space can encourage collaboration and creation.
New Orleans – New Orleans’ The Shop is a co-working location that has been designed to create a positive space for the growing start-up community in the Silicon Bayou.
New workspaces merge office, leisure, and domesticity. Boundaries separating these three are likely to disappear.
Beijing – The workspace concept for the Leege headquarters in Beijing combines the history of the city with the vision of change, freedom and growth that bolster the country today.
Canoas, Brazil – UFO Space, located in tech haven Rio Grande do Sul, takes its name quite literally: thanks to Mov.in, working there does feel like an outer-space experience
Brighton-based Oliver Heath explains the link between biophilic design and workplace wellness.
Kanagawa, Japan – The making of a residence and workspace designed by Schemata Architects engages the building’s history while introducing normcore.
By embedding the soothing power of nature into the world of business, Anna Sitnikova relieves tension among office workers.
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