The evolution of work, the death of free time, and the occupation of domestic space are some of the themes addressed in Hyperemployment, a book recently published by NERO and Aksioma, and edited by Domenico Quaranta and Janez Janša.
Metal accents and wooden elements: Pablo Pita Arquitectos designed Moxy Headquarters, adding new volumes and material dialogues to a disused hangar.
The pandemic introduced us to a new way of life. Does working at home really work, or did it just introduce more problems and questions in our lifes?
Rama Estudio designs a modular raised room of 18 sqm where Sara, an Ecuadorian microbiologist, can sleep, study and work distanced from her family during the Covid-19 emergency.
In Germany, the Jacoby Studios project restores the architectural elements from the 17th century and adds new volumes in continuity with the original structure and the urban landscape.
Masquespacio’s project for a coworking space is shimmering, retrofuturistic and incorporates the new spacing rules.
Inaugurated after the end of the confinement, the new headquarters of the Swiss architectural firm Bureau is an incubator to reflect on the quality of life in the office and the possibilities for individual and collective identification in the work space.
Laboratorio Permanente, Mario Cucinella Architects, Orizzontale and TAMassociati tell us how the Coronavirus emergency has revolutionised their habits and perspectives.
While working from home is becoming a necessity, design is offering more and more flexible solutions aimed at helping the worker to focus and, at the same time, preserving the functionality and aesthetics of the working space.