To what extent can the workplace be an evolutionary environment? Haworth sees the future of the workspace as ‘organic’ by necessity, and offers a range of capabilities to put flexibility within reach.
Introducing Haworth.com/ap, Haworth’s revamped website, intended to be a one-stop home for designers and specifiers looking for the best for their projects.
Haworth is applying a new vision for its Asia Pacific showrooms, and in the process, providing a physical representation of its ‘organic workspaces’ strategy.
The workspace is buzzing with a dedicated focus on open-plan and collaborative workplace design, but how can we achieve a piece of privacy within such a crowded and distracting space?
Architecture, interior design and furniture work together at the new Philips APAC Center in Singapore to support collaborative exchange in a matrix-like environment. Critical to the mix are a variety of working and collaborative settings from Haworth.
Design icon Patricia Urquiola collaborated with Haworth and fellow Spanish design heavyweight GAN to create a series of sumptuous rugs that add a pop of personality to any workspace.
Is fun part of the future of the office? Yes, says Jason Bird of Luxxbox, who develops products for workspaces where home, work and playfulness exist together in a modern mash-up.
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