Some 150 guests got to enjoy a hip hop dance performance at the recent launch of Wilkhahn’s new IN task chair, which served to showcase the product’s dynamic seating and the 3D movement of its mechanism.
August 5th, 2015
Historical chairs from Wilkhahn’s design archive in Germany were also specially flown in to show how the design process has evolved.
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Asia’s latest Instagram bait – Waka Haiku Setsugekka Japanese Restaurant – by Sun Tianwen of Shanghai design studio: Hip-Pop Architectural Decoration Design Co. (HPADDC) points to hospitality further heading toward the sensory and experiential path of its retail sister.
The 60,000-sq-m space unfolds over eight floors and aims to encourage social interaction rather than a place to simply come and work in isolation. But outside of the obvious “collaboration stations” how are we designing spaces that actually make us want to get together?