||||||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

Feel Good Friday: How understanding your distractions can optimise your work and positively impact your happiness

Apricity is the perfect spot for a business lunch in the capital

How office spaces can help solve the challenges of working parents

ARC Club opens up its latest local co-working enterprise in Camberwell

Why being yourself at work means everybody wins

Loehr’s wall-mounted desk fits right in

What is burnout and why does it matter?

Comms agency Zetteler wants its London office to reflect the company’s desire for positive change

The country with the happiest workforce also has high levels of trust and equality in staff


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