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Co-working Essentials: Cafe Area

Co-working Essentials: Cafe Area

What is a cafe area? One key aspect of a co-working office is the cafe area. It is a scalable environment that serve as both a retreat and a place to engage.…

Romain DUVAL October 21, 2019
Co-working Essentials: Soft Seating

Co-working Essentials: Soft Seating

In today's wireless workplace, work can happen anywhere in the office. Soft seating is one of the key components in planning comfortable, supportive co-working…

Romain DUVAL October 14, 2019
Co-working Essentials: Meeting Room

Co-working Essentials: Meeting Room

The meeting room Spaces Champion Shanghai Tower Along with other components such as the community table or the meeting booth, the meeting room is a vital…

Romain DUVAL September 12, 2019
Publication of Spaces Shanghai Tower on Office Snapshots

Publication of Spaces Shanghai Tower on Office Snapshots

About Office Snapshots Office Snapshots is a leading online resource for the global office design community. Founded in 2007, the website curate and publish…

Romain DUVAL September 6, 2019
Workplace Essentials: Community Table

Workplace Essentials: Community Table

Taking a cue from the restaurant sector, “community tables” are making appearances in office lobbies, corporate cafes and meeting spaces. It’s a movement…

Romain DUVAL August 22, 2019
Workplace Essentials: Meeting Booth

Workplace Essentials: Meeting Booth

Smell of coffee lingering in the air. A group of people engaging in passionate discussion. Some resort to solitude working deep in focus. An atmosphere of somewhere…

Romain DUVAL August 9, 2019
Outdoor Furniture Trends in 2019

Outdoor Furniture Trends in 2019

Introduction Outdoor furniture, or patio furniture, is a type of furniture specifically designed for outdoor use. While not every family enjoys the luxury of a spacious…

Romain Duval July 23, 2019
Design code: Concrete

Design code: Concrete

In the world of architecture, concrete is one of the crucial materials. Currently, it is used in a wide range of projects and buildings, granting architects freedom…

Romain Duval July 10, 2019
Spaces Hung Sheng on ArchDaily

Spaces Hung Sheng on ArchDaily

On 11th May 2019, Spaces Hung Sheng was featured on ArchDaily, the world’s most visited architecture website. ArchDaily is a renowned online blog focusing on architectural…

Romain Duval June 28, 2019
Spaces Rialto on interiordesign.net

Spaces Rialto on interiordesign.net

Interiordesign.net is one of the best interior design and architecture websites in the world. As the content published here is highly relevant and up-to-date, it…

Romain Duval June 14, 2019
Design Code: Boutique Hotel

Design Code: Boutique Hotel

While some consider size the most important factor in determining whether a hotel is a boutique hotel or not, many believe it has more to do with the approach…

Romain Duval May 30, 2019
Inspiring architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Inspiring architect: Ludwig Mies van der Rohe

Introduction Ludwig Mies van der Rohe; born Maria Ludwig Michael Mies; (March 27, 1886 – August 17, 1969) was a German-American architect. He was commonly…

Romain Duval May 15, 2019
Inspiring Architect: Luis Barragán

Inspiring Architect: Luis Barragán

Introduction “The Art of Seeing. It is essential to an architect to know how to see: I mean, to see in such a way that the vision is not overpowered by rational…

Romain Duval April 18, 2019
Colorful Design

Colorful Design

Introduction Color is an integral element of our world, not just in the natural environment but also in the man-made architectural environment. Color always played…

Romain Duval April 12, 2019
Inspiring Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright

Inspiring Architect: Frank Lloyd Wright

Introduction Frank Lloyd Wright, original name Frank Wright, (born June 8, 1867, Richland Center, Wisconsin, U.S.—died April 9, 1959, Phoenix, Arizona),…

Romain Duval April 12, 2019
Design code: Brutalist Architecture

Design code: Brutalist Architecture

What is Brutalist architecture? Brutalist architecture or Brutalism is an architectural style which emerged in the mid-20th century and gained popularity in the…

Romain Duval April 8, 2019
Inspiring Architect: Le Corbusier

Inspiring Architect: Le Corbusier

Who is Le Corbusier? Charles-Édouard Jeanneret (6 October 1887 – 27 August 1965) Le Corbusier, byname of Charles-Édouard Jeanneret, (6 October 1887 –…

Romain Duval April 4, 2019
Design Code: Into Nature

Design Code: Into Nature

The Disconnection To Nature “The more we know of other forms of life, the more we enjoy and respect ourselves…Humanity is exalted not because we are so far above…

Romain Duval March 29, 2019
Design code : Green Architecture

Design code : Green Architecture

What is Green Architecture? Green architecture is a sustainable method of green building design: it is design and construction with the environment in mind. It generally…

Romain Duval March 22, 2019
Design code : Old meets New

Design code : Old meets New

Introduction The combination of old and new in the architecture and design world is certainly not a new concept. However, many projects manage to make heads turn…

Romain Duval March 14, 2019
Design Code: Brick

Design Code: Brick

After mud adobe, brick is certainly the humblest of all building materials. Throughout history and most societies, brick is the most common building material, and…

Romain Duval March 14, 2019
Design Code: Art Deco

Design Code: Art Deco

Introduction Chrysler Building, New York Art Deco, also called style moderne, movement in the decorative arts and architecture that originated in the…

Romain Duval March 11, 2019
Generation Z and Workplace

Generation Z and Workplace

Over the past two decades, Millennials have clearly altered the culture of the modern workplace. In particular, our last post explored why coworking spaces is a…

Romain Duval March 1, 2019
Design code: Art Nouveau

Design code: Art Nouveau

Introduction & History Art Nouveau literally means 'new art'. It was an art movement popular in Europe from 1890 to before the start of World War I. It included…

Romain Duval February 28, 2019