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.
Designing a new workplace for its own practice, Taliesyn incorporates all its forward thinking biophilic ideas and more in Taliesyn Studio. This is a place to work and thrive and a home that nurtures and sustains design for both clients and staff.
Thomas Bentzen presents a friendly and warm character, thoughtful in his responses, intuitive and just a little nostalgic in his approach to furniture solutions for modern working modes. Alice Blackwood meets Thomas at the Muuto stand, at Orgatec.
Drawing on traditional Japanese architecture as well as the designers’ own international backgrounds, Bean Buro has created an interior office space with a distinctly modern atmosphere.
Extremis founder Dirk Wynants creates smart furniture pieces that speak to our very human needs, while also delivering solutions for the evolving workplace. Alice Blackwood speaks with him at Orgatec.
We’ve just arrived back from the Orgatec fair where the world of workplace was on show. Here are three inspiring brands whose product showcases invited us to experience and learn.
Indesignlive is on the ground in Cologne, Germany where the major workplace fair, Orgatec, has kicked off. Our editor Alice Blackwood brings us highlights from key brands showcasing at the fair.
With the pandemic pushing forth hybrid working modes, the new CPG office is a working environment centred on forging interactions between employees and wellness at work.
In this edition of The Indesign Edit we explore the changing working landscape with Steelcase, unveiling new products and partnerships to help people collaborate, focus and find a sense of belonging in the new era of hybrid work.
Indian design studio Charged Voids has created Office 543 as a clean and minimal box. Thankfully the natural ventilation and light makes you feel anything but boxed in.