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Directly ahead of the Windsors
Salone, Salone<br/> or<br/> Twelve Milan stories
Simple and smart –</br> perfect working from home
I like the Original
Seeing the light
The longing for a studiolo
Twelve lightweight pieces for your balcony
Colour Attack!

Architecture | Office

Freedom of movement

Freedom of movement
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Design is an attitude
A creative oasis among the hustle and bustle
Two brothers in a brilliant game with nature. Hey, boys will be boys
Häberli’s Hotel

News & Stories

Effortless moments of magic

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Effortless moments of magic
This year’s Designers’ Saturday held in the Swiss town of Langenthal certainly confirmed the trade fair’s standing as one of the finest and most creative design events in the world.

News & Stories | Orgatec 2012

Why the office is what it is

by Mathias Remmele

Why the office is what it is
Cell offices and cubicles are considered negative examples of office design. The era of what we would today regard as the human office started with the “Citizen Office”. Concepts such as the “Net'n'Nest” symbolize the attempt to combine networking and concentrated work. So will we in future work in a kind of adventure playground for adults?
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Architecture | Office Buildings

Designing your own working space

Designing your own working space
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Fast tube to enjoyment
Thonetology
Like Swiss cheese: Celebrating the revival of the Landi chair!
Beef brisket with <br/>oh là là
Eye-catching concept

Architecture | Office Buildings

Co-working with Ray and Charles

Co-working with Ray and Charles
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Young British Charisma
18 million coins for the Underground
Curtain raised in Weil am Rhein
What a relief – The Milan marathon part 1

News & Stories

A chair of distinction

by Markus Frenzl

A chair of distinction
Plastic Chairs for all! How one 1950s chair design became an expression of the desire for individuality that shapes our times.
Technocrats make the world a duller place
Open a door each day

News & Stories | Orgatec 2012

Forecasting offices

by Thomas Edelmann

Forecasting offices
On the silver screen and at Orgatec, office environments are depicted as having a life of their own. What kind of image of reality do they convey? A rummage through the film archives and walkabout in the trade fair halls.
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What should offices be? A small town or a camping site?

Architecture | Office Buildings

Yellow ribbon

Yellow ribbon
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We’re always moving

News & Stories

Patterns of Modernism

by Ralf Wollheim

Patterns of Modernism
In a special exhibition the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin is presenting images of a 350-year-old imperial villa in Kyoto. Although this may sound somewhat contradictory at first, one look at Yasuhiro Ishimoto's austerely composed photographs and any such misgivings disappear into thin air.
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