The reuse project by Georgios Apostolopoulos Architects for their own offices rethinks the base of a building as a dialogue between urban and creative spaces.
“Live” is the word chosen to identify the new headquarters of Il Prisma studio, a space aiming to opening up to the city by investing in flexibility, encounter and a biophilic approach.
We have selected devices and apps that allow you to reduce the use of paper, or use it smarter, by harnessing the power and of digital tools and the convenience of the cloud.
Brooks+Scarpa envisions an adaptive reuse proposal for the Robert C. Weaver Federal Building offices, Washington D.C., as a mixed-use complex with 350 affordable housing units.
Developed with the backing of a vibrant community, this digital notepad enables advanced smart options on notes that would be impossible in a traditional notebook.
The chair was designed with a focus on sustainability, comfort, and adaptability, inspired by the needs of remote work. Antonio Citterio illustrates it to Domus.
A conversation with the Japanese architect about space and work – his own, ours, and the work of those who will follow. With a surprise: escape might be a relevant option.
A flexible workspace in the heart of the city of St. Gallen, where continuity with the context gives character to the interior environment and exterior language of a prefabricated structure.
Fellenoord 15, in Eindhoven, mixes a healthy and flexible work concept with innovative technological solutions and sustainability.
Set in Amsterdam, the Amstel Design District aims to balance work and private life, city and nature, circular economy and the development of creative ideas.
In Piuarch’s project, the idea is to create not only a state-of-the-art work destination but “an ecological gathering space”.