Merx and Indesign Media are inviting Singapore’s most innovative designers of commercial interiors to reimagine the corporate hospitality space in the workplace. And you’ll get to see all the winning works at Singapore Indesign 2014.
25 August, 2014
Top image: Project – J.P. Morgan Office, ONE@Changi City As the way we work undergoes profound change, so too are our office environments.
For one, companies are coming to realise that workplace hospitality can do more than provide refreshment and gathering spaces. Bringing the right elements of hospitality into the office environment can also have enormous potential for brand expression and engagement – for employees and clients. Project: J.P. Morgan Office, ONE @Changi City With designers leading the way in workspace reinvention, and defining new iterations of workplace culture for the twenty-first century, project management consultancy Merx and Indesign Media are issuing a special invite to a select group of Singapore’s leading designers of commercial interiors to present their vision of the corporate hospitality space of the future. Project: Clifford Chance Office, Marina Bay Financial Centre And we’re leaving the brief wide open. Proposals can be fixed or mobile, and can take the form of a space, an object or a system. The only fixed guideline is that they have to provide a ‘hospitality function’ for the office. Project Name: Chartis Office, Shenton Way The top three winners will be announced at our curated space, the Red Dot Design Museum during Singapore Indesign 2014. This is your chance to see what happens when our designers are tasked to push the boundaries of workplace hospitality design. All images courtesy of Merx
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