Posts tagged 'desks'

Bene’s new PORTS concept dismantles furniture hierarchies in the office

Office furniture has, for a long time, been subject to an aesthetic power structure, communicating the perceived status of employee using it. However, the corner

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Stand-up meeting or seated conference: The desk range designed for both

With the benefits of active working now well established, furniture in the office is becoming more flexible. Standing desks are becoming a common sight in


Sit-stand desks are your new flexible friend when it comes to boosting brain power

A new study from the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at the University College of London concludes that we work better when we’re allowed to go


Next Gen Working from Walter Knoll

PearsonLloyd, Ben van Berkel and Viennese design studio EOOS have continued their collaborations with Walter Knoll, launching new products at this week’s Orgatec show. PearsonLloyd’s


Syzygy HQ by eins:eins architekten

Curvaceous desks encourage a collaborative approach to work at Hamburg marketing agency Syzygy With its amorphous ceiling, cocooning sculpted desks and brightly coloured upholstery, Syzygy

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Digitas HQ by 11.04

A timely office fit-out by 11.04 Architects shows how modest budgets can boost inventiveness This is the short-term future of workplace design,” Chris Roche from


One for the books

Workplace design firm AOS Studley has created a new space for the Penguin Group, with a potentially controversial move from publishing’s traditional, hierarchical offices to

power to the people

Power to the people

Words by Michael Willoughby When business consultancy PwC came to create its new HQ on Dublin’s booming Spencer Dock, it was presented with a new


Legal niceties

Words by Michael Willoughby Law firm Reynolds Porter Chamberlain had a radical overhaul, primarily fitted out by Vitra. Michael Willoughby spoke to CEO Adrian Martin



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