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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.
Taipei, Taiwan – Yuan Architects utilizes light as a tool for creativity in a new co-working space.
AMSTERDAM – The Jul/Aug issue of Frame magazine explores how the notion of the workspace is changing as offices expand their amenities exponentially.
BILLUND, DENMARK – BIG’s Lego House translates the language of Lego bricks to full scale building.
OSLO, Norway – Walls, ceiling, floor and furniture immersed in spatially dependent hues: someone at Bakken & Bæck obviously believes in colour psychology.
MUSCAT, Oman – How can workplace design facilitate discussion and teamwork, while ensuring productivity and privacy – especially over 16,000 sq-m?
London – LOM’s utilitarian approach forms RocketSpace’s growth-focused ecosystem for collaboration and connectivity within the workspace.
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.
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