Co-working spaces are an established practice today. But have you heard of co-napping? One such is operated in Bangkok. At Nap Lab, they believe that if you take a nap while working, you will increase your productivity. Thus, in addition to office desks, they also provide office beds.
World-renowned Foster + Partners architects are finalizing the first office tower in 50 years, that will occupy one whole block of New York's Park Avenue. The building was selected by Dezeen magazine among the 12 most interesting projects to be completed this year.
United Therapeutics company came up with probably the most intelligent passive building in the world. “Unisphere” uses an extraordinary combination of modern technologies to enable a zero net energy space even in the city center of Washington (MD).
A unique project called The Spiral is emerging in New York. After completion of this 314-metre extraordinary office development in 2021 the skyscraper will offer a green terrace on every of its 65 storeys.
Imagine sitting in a lobby with a colleague or client, sipping coffee, and having colored bubbles levitating over your head. This is what it looks like in the foyer of investment company Dexus right now. “Brainwaves” play with user's brain activity and is now displayed at the company's headquarters in Sydney - and is open to the public.
With the worldwide boost of coworking spaces, it is no wonder that even niche oriented workspaces appear. There are specialized coworkers for IT specialists, graphic designers, writers or salesmen. A bit more controversial approach has The Wing chain, whose specialty is not niche, but gender.