What do we work toward when we work with intent? And how can our workspaces best support high performance? Cubes 98 is a wide-reaching investigation into how, why and where we work.
20 January, 2020
But are we all on the same page about defining the best possible output for architects, designers and others in the built environment industries – especially in light of the climate crisis and the urgent need for truly sustainable development?
And when it comes to the workspaces we design and occupy, what are the leading strategies for high performance – and beyond that, the enjoyment of work? It’s worth asking in an era when the barriers between work life and personal life are becoming ever more slight.
Taking things a step further, can the office do more than support the fulfilment of day-to-day tasks, and play a part in something bigger? Could it even deliver meaningfully toward generating a ‘greater good’?
This issue, Working With Intent, is a wide-reaching investigation into how, why and where we work. Some of the threads of investigations in this issue include:
As we embark on 2020, we at Indesign Media Asia Pacific have a big year ahead. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the regional publishing company, and among other initiatives, we’ll mark that milestone with a special focus on Best of the Decade projects in our annual INDE.Awards.
If you haven’t already, do head to indeawards.com to start your entries and join us to celebrate the best of the Indo-Pacific region! Entries close on 21 February 2020.
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