By the end of the decade, half of all American workers will be freelancers. But the trend is global. And the design of work devices is adapting to the new needs.
The Australian startup is launching an updated version of its Red Dot award-winning display. We tested it and interviewed the founder.
A curated selection of the best portable computers for designers, architects, and intellectual workers of any kind.
He is designing futuristic robotic offices and a five-million-people metropolis in the desert. He represents one of the most powerful architecture firms of this time, and we got a glimpse on why. The interview.
With Food New York, we discussed how the firm evolved its approach to work during the pandemic. And what it meant to be a New York-based studio when workers left the city.
Shared spaces, coworking in parks, solutions that guarantee privacy in large open spaces. Marianna Fantoni, Jonathan Olivares, Nicola Russi and Angelica Sylos Labini discuss how workplaces are changing.
For the new Smact competence centre, Babau Bureau has designed a furnishing system that responds to the evolution of today’s work environment.
Mezzanines, curved lines and sage green surfaces: Qucess Design conceives Inno. EcoSLab, a city landmark intended for relaxation and meeting, open 24 hours a day.
Designed to replace notebooks with a technology better than paper itself, this e-ink tablet, created by a Norwegian startup company, is gaining more and more popularity. The interview.
Loved and hated, hot desking was already popular in the New York of the 1990s. From Domus archives, the Italian designer’s project for the advertising agency Chiat/Day.
From the new Officina Design Café at the ADI Museum to Combo in the Porta Genova area. We have selected some of the best Milanese spots in which to work remotely.