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5 Smart Products For Adaptable Workspaces

5 Smart Products For Adaptable Workspaces

These highly adaptable workspace products are designed to help offices move away from the traditional assigned desk arrangement and towards flexible, transitional and untethered locations.

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November 2, 2016

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Trendspotting at Orgatec 2016: Modular Seating

Trendspotting at Orgatec 2016: Modular Seating

Azure managing editor Kendra Jackson, on the ground at Europe’s largest contract fair, picks the best modular seating systems she’s seen at the show thus far.

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October 26, 2016

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Orgatec 2016: 5 New Product Launches

Orgatec 2016: 5 New Product Launches

From October 25 to 29, Orgatec, in Cologne, Germany, will highlight the latest furniture, casegoods and innovations for office environments. Here, five product launches we’re watching from such brands as Tom Dixon, Luum Textiles and BuzziSpace.

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October 18, 2016

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Dialog Forms A Mountain Inside A Tower

Dialog Forms A Mountain Inside A Tower

For Edgar Development in Vancouver, multidisciplinary design firm Dialog turned out an office space inspired by a mountainscape, and one that builds on the family values of the company.

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October 2, 2016

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Meaningful Architecture: The New Sandy Hook Elementary School

Meaningful Architecture: The New Sandy Hook Elementary School

Nearly four years after tragedy devastated the tight-knit community of Newtown, Connecticut, Svigals+Partners unveils a new Sandy Hook elementary school – and ushers in a fresh start.

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September 8, 2016

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Yinka Ilori Turns Waste Into Bright, Bold Furniture

Yinka Ilori Turns Waste Into Bright, Bold Furniture

The London artist and designer creates upcycled chairs inspired by Nigerian traditions and African fabrics.

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August 30, 2016

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Alison Brooks Brings <em>The Smile</em> to London

Alison Brooks Brings The Smile to London

A gravity-bending structure by Alison Brooks Architects at the London Design Festival highlights the flexibility of cross-laminated timber.

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August 23, 2016

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5 Ways to Get a Little Privacy in an Open Office

5 Ways to Get a Little Privacy in an Open Office

Open offices are great for collaboration and creative brainstorming, but sometimes solo space is needed. Here, some stylish privacy solutions from such brands as BuzziSpace, Dauphin and De Vorm.

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August 1, 2016

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World Interior of the Year 2016: Our Top Picks from the Shortlist

World Interior of the Year 2016: Our Top Picks from the Shortlist

The shortlist for the World Interior of the Year 2016 was revealed by INSIDE last week. Themed as “Fluid Interiors,” this year’s instalment showcases 63 diverse and innovative projects from around the globe.

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July 25, 2016

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A Sculptural Staircase Swirls Through a Tel Aviv Lobby

A Sculptural Staircase Swirls Through a Tel Aviv Lobby

Set within the lobby of the Amot Atrium Tower, a massive wooden staircase seems to actively writhe throughout the space, creating an awe-inspiring moment.

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July 19, 2016

Section: Curiosity

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