Image 5 of 5 from gallery of WE Architecture Unveils Pixelated Pop-Up Architecture Office at BLOX Copenhagen. Photograph by WE Architecture
Image 16 of 32 from gallery of MONOARCHI Shanghai Office / MONOARCHI. Photograph by Xiaodan Song
Hoping to learn from India’s innovators, IKEA’s research and design lab has introduced a not-for-profit platform open until next April.
Marking 90 years for the Florence-based lighting company, the new spatial direction is all about interaction and a dynamic atmosphere.
The Woods Bagot-designed Melbourne showroom for Sculptform – producers of feature wall, ceiling and façade systems – includes social and event spaces as well as a workshop and creativity incubator.
For Suzuyo’s head office, Shuhei Goto Architects didn’t create a space that changes to fulfil various functions, but a multiuse office landscape that can be interpreted in any which way.
Creating a workspace for the furniture-design brand Fnji, designer Xiaoxi Xiong and a team of collaborators aimed to ‘build up the connection between the space and the visitors’.
Photographer Liu Zongyuan turned to CUN Design for Utter Space, an interior that illustrates the power of collaborating with existing architecture rather than imposing upon it.