Posts tagged 'innovation'

Unispace’s Propeller concept marries office and home-working

The coronavirus pandemic has forced businesses to take the leap in experimenting with working from home and, in general, the experiment has been seen as

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At MoMA, Neri Oxman proposes sustainable futures for design

Since the turn of the century, the American-Israeli architect, computational designer, academic, inventor and artist Neri Oxman has stood at the bleeding edge of new

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Oslo Innovation Week x OnOffice: Why BAME women are at the centre of building a better world

Taking place across several venues in Oslo from September 23 -27, Oslo Innovation Week presents an exciting programme each year of pitching contests, ‘hackathons’, workshops,

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One Year In: Inside Fuse, the innovation hub of law firm Allen & Overy

Jump Studios designed a collaborative new space for Fuse, the tech innovation project within law firm Allen & Overy. We find out how it’s working,


What makes an innovative workplace, according to Unispace architect Natasha Bonugli

Read the latest from our collaboration with WOD – Women in Office Design, a networking and educational organisation set up by designer Harsha Kotak. As workplace


How office design opened corporate doors to collaborative innovation

It’s not just what’s inside the office that counts – a growing workforce expects their workspace to encourage collaboration outside its walls, writes Jeremy Myerson Workplace design


Radical Matters: FranklinTill on the future of sustainable materials

By looking into shit, hair, dust, soot, soya, and sawdust as material alternatives, Radical Matter presents various projects and innovations from a vast ranging selection


Tom Vecchione

Hierarchy is dying at work and Tom Vecchione, director of workplace strategy for Gensler Design and Planning, sees architects and interior designers working much more


The End Of Decadence

Words by Kerstin Zumstein French designer and architect Jean-Marie Massaud came to London to promote a product – Axor’s new bathroom range for Hansgrohe –



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