||||||Desk design circa 1994 – Vitra’s Ad Hoc shares a birthday with the Aeron chair|Antonio Citterio’s Ad Hoc for Vitra anticipated the rise of the bench system|Tecno’s linear Nomos system, by Foster + Partners (1987), hasn’t aged|Tecno’s linear Nomos system, by Foster + Partners (1987), hasn’t aged|Herman Miller’s Relay (late 1980s) was a loose-fit newcomer||
07 Aug 2014

The year office design chose a different path

Words by Hugh Metcalf

Editor’s picks

Good Measures launches design-conscious distancing signs

Open House launches new film series touring London’s most interesting architecture

Christ & Gantenbein completes Lindt Home of Chocolate on Lake Zurich

Contemporary meets industrial in the offices of Loona by Studio 11

Snøhetta designs a world of plants for Georg Jensen

Reinventing tradition in a bright, minimal Berlin workspace

Enorme Studio revamps Madrid office for Xeito Investments

The Montana Free shelving system receives a vibrant update by Tekla Evelina Severin

Holloway Li create Joshua Tree-inspired co-working space at South London hotel


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