Dezeen is the world’s most popular and influential architecture and design magazine, and the winner of numerous awards for journalism and publishing. As a contributor, I have written about design news and trends during Dutch Design Week. My article about Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Nienke Helder’s Sexual Healing project was a top story for several weeks.
The latest volume in Frame’s series of books on workplace design, The Other Office 3 highlights inspirational interiors that are setting the trends in creative workplace design.
At its core are around 100 pioneering projects drawn from 86 practices all over the world. Featured offices include ad agencies, media outfits, technology firms and co-workspaces, ranging from compact offices and design hubs to large workplaces.
The Other Office 3 is divided into three chapters, each of which offers insight into the main factors driving contemporary office design: the role of the workplace as a brand asset, the growing concern for employee wellbeing, and the need to create inspiring and energising workspaces.
Projects are presented on four to six pages, including an in-depth description of both concept and design, illustrated by stunning photography. Outlined are the challenges that designers must overcome to be able to realize more efficient, modern and – all importantly – creative work environments. This book focuses on the current trends in office design, developed with a knowledge of what is at the heart of a creative workforce and its day-to-day requirements. The Other Office 3 highlights outstanding projects and inspirational spaces from across the globe.
• This 512-page reference book, the latest in Frame’s workplace design series, offers a global overview of prevailing trends in office design
• It is filled with nearly 100 pioneering office designs, developed by 86 international studios in the past three years
• The book is divided into three chapters, each of which offers insight into the main factors driving contemporary office design
• The book’s chapters are contextualised through a brief introduction that sets the tone of the pages ahead.
• Featured projects are accompanied by descriptive text and stunning photography.
Release: 30 January 2018
Written by Lauren Grieco, Jeanne Tan, Lauren Teague and Angel Trinidad
Graphic design by Superlarge
230 x 297 mm
512 pages / full colour / hardcover
Frame is the world’s leading media brand for interior design, with a focus on innovative and excellent spatial design. In addition to writing Night Fever 5: Hospitality Design, I also contribute articles to the website. I cover design festivals, events and the latest releases and trends on interior design, architecture and product design.
A list of articles: https://www.frameweb.com/angel-trinidad