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Open Call for Ideas: Workplaces for Tomorrow

Whether we are passionate about our work or just want to earn a living; whether we work for ourselves or for someone we’ll never meet; whether we work with our hands, our heart, or our mind; whether we work sitting down, standing up, inside, outside, during the day, at night, in a business suit or in a boiler suit: work plays a central role in all our lives.

In France, the service sector now accounts for more than 76% of jobs, compared to just 40% in the early 1960s. Agriculture and industry mechanized, then automated. Construction is likely to become automated

WORKSPACES for TOMORROW

WORKSPACES for TOMORROW
An Ideas Competition for students and young professionnals in architecture and design

Registration deadline : March 20th, 2020
Submission deadline : April 10th, 2019
Brief Language : English / French
Prizes: Please see details below
Type: Open

THE COMPETITION :
Whether we are passionate about our work or just want to earn a living; whether we work for ourselves or for someone we’ll never meet; whether we work with our hands, our heart, or our mind; whether we work sitting down, standing up, inside, outside, during the day, at night, in a business suit or in a boiler suit: work plays a central role in

CUN Panda Office / PANDA Design

© GL YANG © GL YANG © GL YANG © GL YANG + 34

Fujian, China
  • Interiors designers: PANDA Design
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 200.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2019

How to Design Comfortable and Efficient Offices: Meeting Spaces

Today's generation no longer sees work in the same way as previous generations. New company models and occupation possibilities have changed the spaces where people develop their professional activities. Working from home, from coworking spaces, or remotely from anywhere in the world is already a fairly common reality. But a number of companies still do not utilize or create spaces where their employees can work together, collaborating in the same environment. In addition to shared culture that companies often try to create, it is essential that the design of an office takes into account the needs and particularities of each type of work and encourages communication and interaction, while providing places for concentration and focus. As generations and corporate cultures change, it is natural for the office space to move away from traditional layouts with cubicles, tables, and meeting rooms.

Landing. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller Plaza. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller Meeting Space. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller Forum. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller + 21

Above and Beyond Aesthetics, Suspended Ceilings Can Improve Occupant Comfort and Acoustical Performance

Open ceilings offer an opportunity for creative design and technical integration. They play a key role in forming interior spaces and add value by adding comfort through acoustics, finishes and other integrated solutions to the overall design intent. 

© Studiothomas © Halkin Mason Photography LLC GGP, Chicago, IL, Architect: Archideas. Image © Eric Laignel Hyatt Global Headquarters / Gensler. Image © Rafael Gamo Studio LLC + 11

Workspace Architecture: 15 Projects from Brasil

This month ArchDaily is exploring the topic of work, demonstrating how businesses can benefit from a good quality space: employee comfort, creativity stimulation, rest areas, brand image improvements, new talents attraction. Inspired by these topics, we selected fifteen contemporary Brazilian projects that illustrate different scales and ways of working to inspire this type of program.

Beijing Patent Center / China Architecture Design & Research Group

© Guangyuan Zhang
© Guangyuan Zhang

© Guangyuan Zhang © Guangyuan Zhang © Guangyuan Zhang © Guangyuan Zhang + 24

Perkins and Will Change the Office Paradigm

Perkins and Will propose an innovative and resilient office building in Southeast Washington, D.C, created to survive calamities and withstand natural disasters. The project reinvestigates the relationships between humans and nature.

Courtesy of Perkins+Will Courtesy of Perkins+Will Courtesy of Perkins+Will Courtesy of Perkins+Will + 9

How to Design Comfortable and Efficient Offices: Individual Workspaces

Many people's way of working has changed, but most offices remain the same.

However, innovating doesn't necessarily mean breaking down every wall and creating a play space; the design of an office must take into account the needs and details of each type of work separately. For every function, there are better and worse ways to organize spaces, and some configurations work better for certain activities but not for others. The most important consideration is that the workplace allows interactions while providing spaces for concentration and focus.

Clubhouse. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller Workshop. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller Haven. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller Jump Space. Image Cortesia de Herman Miller + 26

Open More Doors: Groupwork + Amin Taha

Open More Doors is a section by ArchDaily and the MINI Clubman that takes you behind the scenes of the world’s most innovative offices through exciting video interviews and an exclusive photo gallery featuring each studio’s workspace.

Hout Exploits Passive Techniques for Bangladesh Office Building

Hout Architecture has released details of their BERC Headquarters in Dhaka, which received an honorable mention in an international competition for the design of the Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission head office. Located in the center of the Sher-e-Bangla Nagar area, orientated along an east-west direction, the program connects to the National Parliament House, designed by Louis Kahn.

Courtesy of Hout Architecture Courtesy of Hout Architecture Courtesy of Hout Architecture Courtesy of Hout Architecture + 12

Fengyang Road Alleyway-house Gallery Office / Atelier Zeros

facade. Image © Chen Du first floor. Image © Chen Du 3.5 floor. Image © Chen Du rooftop. Image © Chen Du + 33

Huangpu, China
  • Architects: Atelier Zeros
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 260.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

Startup Lab / Fieldevo Design Studio

© Shiao Yu Min @WENYAstudio © Shiao Yu Min @WENYAstudio © Shiao Yu Min @WENYAstudio © Shiao Yu Min @WENYAstudio + 37

Yuyuanlu Redevelopment / Neri&Hu Design and Research Office

Yuyuan Lu Redevelopment. Image © Pedro Pegenaute
Yuyuan Lu Redevelopment. Image © Pedro Pegenaute

Yuyuan Lu Redevelopment. Image © Pedro Pegenaute Yuyuan Lu Redevelopment. Image © Pedro Pegenaute Together restaurant. Image © Pedro Pegenaute Yuyuan Lu Redevelopment. Image © Pedro Pegenaute + 31

CWITM Office / MDDM STUDIO

© Jonathan Leijonhufvud
© Jonathan Leijonhufvud

© Jonathan Leijonhufvud © Jonathan Leijonhufvud © Jonathan Leijonhufvud © Jonathan Leijonhufvud + 24

Beijing, China
  • Interiors designers: MDDM STUDIO
  • Area Area of this architecture project Area: 800.0
  • Year Completion year of this architecture project Year: 2018

S'RUI Office / Wei Yi International Design Associates

© Xin-Ding Chen © Xin-Ding Chen © Xin-Ding Chen © Xin-Ding Chen + 27

Hainan, China

OLX Offices / Pedra Silva Arquitectos

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