In the weird world of our quarantined lives, there’s no equality in the Zoom home office.
As WeWork tries to change direction, building owners weigh their options
Snøhetta’s Powerhouse Brattørkai captures solar energy during long summer days and stores it for winter.
With plans to go public in September, coworking giant offers peek at company financials.
Measuring the impact of The Wing, WeWork, the Coven, and other spaces selling a better workspace.
New financial results show the global office space empire increasingly focused on custom offerings for big business
Many of the original details, like door handles, radiator caps, built-in furniture units, and window casings, have been retained.
A startup called Spatial is developing augmented reality video conferencing software and it actually seems like it might work.
The tech company partnered with Japanese fashion designer Kunihiko Morinaga to develop an open-plan solution to end all open-plan solutions.
Converted shipping containers are arranged and stacked around a courtyard, forming two levels comprising 150 individual work spaces and community facilities aimed at entrepreneurs.
The architects retained the facade of the brick factory for the most part, preserving three of the brick exteriors and the two steam towers that soar into the sky.
This classic San Francisco structure goes through a sweeping renovation, but history is preserved.
Automated coffee bars might be coming to an office, airport, or college campus near you.
A holistic approach to universal design wants to make the workspace better for all
Designed by Foster + Partners, Bloomberg’s new London facility sets a benchmark for green architecture and design
When the founders of the Brooklyn-based design studio were kicked out of their previous office, Keren and Thomas Richter saw it as an opportunity to try something fun.
Local interior design team Studio Tomorrow reimagined the building while preserving many of its intricate architectural details.
Office chairs are rarely as elegant as they are ergonomic and comfortable, so designer Andrea Mestre set out to address that issue—along with the question of sustainability.
The coworking giant has customized services for a fast-growing enterprise sector
Two stylish shared workplaces have opened in Stockholm and Copenhagen, and not only are they sights to behold, they’re also master classes in Scandinavian design.
In the spirit of the company’s ethos of a "new world of work" where staff flexibility is encouraged, the space is open with no dedicated work stations.
Dubbed Deskopolitan, the space clocks in at 4,430 square feet, and includes a series of open work desks, meeting rooms, telephone booths, and a café. (There’s also a barber shop, because 2017.)
In the fully developed "smart office," the boss is always watching. Already, hundreds of companies have embedded sensors in workspaces, lamps, cubicles, and computers to track the activities of workers.
The cavernous, atrium-like building measures 5,500 square meters, or about 59,000 square feet, and accommodates 1,300 members over three levels that are connected by a winding steel staircase clad in oak shaped into long prisms.
Lensman Marc Goodwin, founder of photography studio Archmospheres, is pulling the curtain back on firms’ offices, giving us an inside look at where the design magic happens.
MWU was built using locally sourced, custom-milled, and kiln-dried Douglas fir wood in a post-and-beam construction—directly on top of a trailer.
Forget over-hyped coworking spaces and Ikea-hacked offices, the new HQ for U.K. personal finance site money.co.uk is the one to rule them all. Take a peek inside.
Inspired by simple, Scandinavian design, the StandUp is 100% manufactured in the United States and is crafted from sustainably-grown, Forest Stewardship Council-certified birch plywood. It can be assembled tool-free in under 15 minutes.
Designed by Spanish firm Izaskun Chinchilla, this playful, 100-desk coworking space in Madrid draws on elements of Japanese design and an impressive array of Ikea products.