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Melbourne – Using (shock!) inexpensive cardboard tubes, Branch Studio Architects managed to create an elegant and humane update for a secondary school in Australia.
Gothenburg – In this case from our book The Other Office Three, Bornstein Lyckefors designed a space for a law firm that welcomes students to use its collection of legal literature.
Kiev – At the new Kiev offices of Grammarly, a tech company, Balbek Bureau included a series of surprising upgrades – namely, some nap stations.
Wattens, Austria – Swarowski asked Snøhetta for the 'crystal atelier of the 21st century.' Is this a sign of a change of attitude in the Austrian company's inner workings?
Atlanta – Kari Pei, the lead product designer at global modular-flooring company Interface, speaks of the way textiles combine engineering and beauty.
Perth – For the Multiplex headquarters in Perth, Woods Bagot came up with a proposal that was able to be many good things at once.
Copenhagen – COBE’s in-studio Depanneur café is a cosy meeting ground to connect and get a behind-the-scenes look at the architects’ work.
Paris – Studio Malka came up with ways to hide Mutant Furniture into a three-floor open workspace – and yes, they even managed to sneak in some soundproof alcoves.
Bergamo, Italy – Office furniture brand Pedrali is designing products to outfit offices that are dynamically adaptable, capable of accommodating both teamwork and focus.
San Francisco – For this workspace proposal, excerpted from our book The Other Office Three, Studio O+A references the company’s ride-sharing business.
Lausanne – Japanese designer Kohei Kojima focused on a rather neglected aspect of the aesthetics of remote working.
Amsterdam – From autonomous cars that allow for a more productive use of commuting time to the comeback of company accommodation, where's the office headed?
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