Unearth hot topics and issues with Indesignlive.sg every quarter; starting off with exploring efficiencies – in how we work, how we create, how we live, how we build and how we maintain. We seek out designers who have smart ways of working with an equal concern for human experience, as well as new systems for prefabricating and modularising the built environment, and more.
There is a shift in what we perceive the Australian workplace to be; no longer just a place of work, but a second home. Inspired by the region’s connection to the coastal landscape, Templewell has brought the outside in.
Steelcase’s new Melbourne WorkLife showroom is a workspace that puts product into action, exploring the possibilities of hybrid working.
The latest design from Bean Buro provides a place of learning, a space to connect and the ideal environment to present the essence of iconic retail brands and it’s called Moulding Talent.
For T Office, Right Angle Studio draws on the concept of a home office, illustrating a clean yet functional design for employees to enjoy.
What would entice you back into the office? For the Cotton On campus in Geelong, Australia, Greg Natale solves the dilemma with a set of luxe and soulful facilities. Work never looked so good!
Evans Lee Design’s new workspace in Guangzhou is a minimal, labyrinthine space that eschews the formality of typical office culture.
The pandemic-driven disruption of how we work has been painful for both companies and employees. But it is also providing an opportunity for everyone to recalibrate how we want the future of work to look like.
A flexible workplace is ready to support employees as their tasks and focuses change. It has to be fit-out accordingly to address the needs of the modern workforce.
Leveraging its experience in architectural, industrial and engineering design, Zenith delivers game-changing workspace solutions that inspire people and organisations to thrive.