Laces building for Adidas

Adidas just moved into their new R&D-center in the German city Herzogenaurach and named it ‘Laces’. Kadawittfeldarchitektur from Aachen, Germany signed for the design, in which the magic number 3 (derived from the iconic three-stripe Adidas logo) plays an important role. The interior design is from architect and design office Kinzo, from Berlin. Adidas is […] Read more

The future of office furniture

Many of today’s workplaces are open-concept spaces that encourage teamwork and sharing, but sometimes neglect the worker’s need for comfort and private time. Using this challenge as their inspiration, students from the Cranbrook Academy of Art explored new ideas for rest, relaxation and concentration in the workplace for Herman Miller International. They recently presented their […] Read more

Koolhaas' latest and largest

OMA’s largest project ever, the CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, is now complete. Rem Koolhaas’ folded tower reinvents the skyscraper and combines China Central Television’s entire production and offices into one multipurpose facility. One tower provides space for broadcasting, while the other is dedicated to services and the two meet in the middle in a puzzling […] Read more

Svoboda opens webshop

Austrian professional furniture maker Svoboda has opened a webshop for its furniture products: From a purchase volume of EUR 900 per order, the goods will be delivered – fully-assembled – free of charge. Svoboda hopes to target different customer groups with this new sales channel, both business as well as home offices. via Svoboda […] Read more

Reclaimed wood turned modern furniture

At this year’s Wanted Design show during New York Design Week 12 contemporary designers unveiled 12 fresh new designs made entirely of lumber reclaimed from blighted New York City buildings. Bellboy used pieces of wood salvaged from a Park Avenue water tower to build a beautifully sculpted chair. Design Brigade showcased a beautiful ‘Low Table’ […] Read more

Kembo introduces the Studiolo by Michele De Lucchi

Dutch office furniture maker Kembo introduces the Studiolo, designed by Italian architect Michele De Lucchi. According to Kembo, the Studiolo is ‘a tribute to the modern nomadic knowledge worker’. The ample possibilities to individualise its design with personal property allows the worker to prove his presence, despite his absence. via Inside Information – Studiolo van […] Read more

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