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This issue of Inside examines the shifting landscape of workplace design. As working models change to embrace more flexible and collaborative spaces, the success of the physical workplace – and by extension, the organisation that inhabits it – hinges on establishing an effectual relationship between space and people. How can physical space play a part in shaping, and communicating, organisational culture – and what other factors are at play?
In this issue of Inside Interior Design Review:
- Slattery Australia by Elenberg Fraser
- Mirvac Melbourne by Woods Bagot
- Savills Brisbane by Carr Design
- Wrightson Stewart Studio by Wrightson Stewart
- Special report: Milan 2013. A special section dedicated to the standout installations and launches from the world’s largest design fair
- The Evolution of the Workplace: An interview with Simon Swaney and Kellie Payne from Bates Smart
- Blurring the Lines: Scott Walker from HASSELL discusses why the boundaries that have traditionally defined design sectors are being blurred with increasing regularity
- 13 Rooms: a review of Kaldor Art Projects’ recent event, curated by Klaus Biesenbach and Hans Ulrich Obrist
- In profile: emerging Sydney design firm, The Bold Collective
- Workplace-making: With digital technology making it easier for individuals to work remotely, should workplace design be looking at place-making strategies to transform the workplace into a collaborative hub for the workforce?
The Danish bar stools were originally produced in the mid 1950s and are the first to be released in Workspace’s new 'Origin’s Collection'.