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High-profile Dutch firm MVRDV recently completed work on its energy-efficient Matrix One laboratory and office building in Amsterdam. The project showcases a forward-thinking design philosophy that focuses on flexibility, and features a demountable structural system which allows over 90% of its building materials to be reused once it's no longer required.Continue ReadingCategory: Architecture, Li
the acoustic pods are flexible in size and furnishings to meet ever-changing, daily functions – all whilst being movable. The post hushoffice creates line of adaptable acoustic office pods at neocon 2023 appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
'this rooftop home office is a place to survey the world but withdraw from its everyday entanglements,' writes the practice. The post hovering above san francisco, this home office by OPA invites deep reflection and clarity appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
a large 'floating' roof encloses a landscape of abstract, geometric volumes finished in a bold color palette. The post trace architecture office (TAO) builds new school in haikou as a landscape of color appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
American architecture studio Gensler and interior design studio Civilian have restored the historic Book Depository building in Detroit and transformed it into the headquarters for technology company Newlab. Read more
And And And Studio has overhauled the offices for one of LA's top entertainment law firms, opting for a look that's "more akin to a hotel lobby". Read more
Columns made from thick wooden logs fill this office in Nagoya City, Japan, created by local studio Tomoaki Uno Architects at the base of a former apartment block. Read more
Having a job somewhere where you are surrounded by friends, conversation and social activities can make a visit to the office feel like not much work at all. However, when […] The post Top 5 tips to stay sociable and productive in a busy office appeared first on ShinyShiny.
exposed concrete and heavy architectural bronze contrast with the historic wall surfaces. The post club marginal’s renovation preserves the layers of time on historic office building in germany appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Commissioned to create a home office for a designer, Olson Kundig Architects principle Tom Kundig somewhat jokingly suggested that it should be put on railroad tracks to enable the owner to experience a commute from home. After talking it through, the lighthearted remark became a solid plan for a train-like studio that rolls down the rails to keep work and home life separate.Continue ReadingCateg is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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