Workspace Evolution
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Workspace Evolution
Theoretical review on the role of Workplaces for Cities_Andreas Marx
Working Interiors, Offices and Studios_Andrew Tang

Cai Guo-Qiang Studio_OMA
VSCO Oakland_debartolo architects
AKQA Tokyo Office_Torafu Architects
Woods Bagot Melbourne Studio_Woods Bagot
New Arquia Banca Office in Girona_Javier de las Heras Solé
San Jeronimo 17 Office_CUAC Arquitectura
Greenpeace Beijing Office_Livil Architects
Lightspeed Headquarters_ACDF Architecture
Beaver Workshop Office in Beijing_MAT Office
utopic_US Co-working Space, Conde de Casal_Izaskun Chinchilla Architects
New Lab_Macro Sea
Rigot Stalars, Old Mill Rehabiliation and Extension_Coldefy & Associés Architectes Urbanistes
3XN's New Studio_3XN
Light Sheds, Photographer's Studio_FT Architects
He, She & It_Davidson Rafailidis
A Small Studio for Drawing, Painting and Sculpture_Christian Tonko
Drawing Archive and Studio, Somerset_Hugh Strange Architects
Archea Studio in São Paulo_Archea Associati

다양하게 진화하는 일터
도시에서 업무 공간의
역할 따져보기_안드레아스 막스
사무실의 진화_앤드류 탱

설치미술가 차이 궈 치앙의 작업실_OMA
VSCO 오클랜드 본사_디바르톨로 아키텍츠
AKQA 도쿄 지사_토라후 아키텍츠
우즈 베곳 건축사무소_우즈 베곳
아르퀴아 은행 히로나 지점_하비에르 드 라스 헤라스 솔레
그라나다 CUAC 건축사무소_CUAC 아르끼떽뚜라
그린피스 베이징 사무소_리빌 아키텍츠
라이트스피드 몬트리올 본사_ACDF 아키텍쳐
베이징 비버 워크샵_MAT 오피스
유토픽 유에스 협업사무실 꼰데 데 까살 지점_이자스쿤 친칠라 아키텍츠
브루클린 뉴 랩 사무실_매크로 씨
리고 스탈라 협업사무실_콜드피 앤 어쑤씨에 악쉬텍츠 어베니스트
3XN 건축사무소_3XN
빛의 오두막 사진작가 작업실_FT 아키텍츠
그와 그녀, 그리고 그곳_데이비슨 라뻬일리디스
카메라를 닮은 작업실_크리스티앙 통코
서머셋 건축 작업실과 자료 보관소_휴 스트레인지 아키텍츠
상파울루 알케아 건축사무소_알케아 어쏘시아티

Theoretical review on the role of Workplaces for Cities<

With the emerge of new communication technologies, the perception of living and working has changed tremendously. The increasing combination of the internet and mobile technologies have altered the long manifested relationship between geographic location and socio-economic activity. New institutional structures are emerging and the everyday routines of the individuals are breaking apart. Furthermore our consumption has accelerated rapidly: the “owning something” moves on to a “just using something immediately”. Even though the individual work performance can be obtained without physical presence nowadays, a strong demand for spatial proximity to locate a so called workplace is still present. In this very moment a variety of new spatial concepts in which economic activity, social interactions, learning and community formation emerge, illustrates the new dynamics of our social life. The last few decades have seen significant shifts in work styles and the workplaces needed to support them, raising questions for what these might look like in the future. As new kinds of skills and work styles become more important, what role will the workforce need to play, and how will the nature of office space and the supporting infrastructure need to change to support this? The following issue examines architectural approaches for the city as workplace; in particular the consequences for cities all around the world with their dense concentration of financial and professional services firms, their young and highly skilled workforce, and their diverse range of workspaces. Talking about the physical elements of the workplace, its necessary to admit that it has become a problematic concept as work began spilling in all sorts of alternative locations.           written by Andreas Marx

Working Interiors, Offices and Studios

The built environment for working has evolved over the years, as organizational principles, working conditions, and aesthetics adopt technology and the new culture in the workplace. Not everyone works in an office but among the various kinds of workspace, the office typology is still the most predominant. From reception desks to cubicles to meeting rooms, many hours of the working economy take place in the office. Interestingly, the designs of office interiors vary so much today that one would question the idea and definition of an office. Discussions about the optimal office have gone back and forth from maximum flexibility to collaboration to privacy, and a few timezs over again. Perhaps, the underlying trend of the new office isn’t found in traditional office buildings but rather in an adaptive reuse of space that suits the culture of new businesses. In a time where much takes place in the virtual space, the physical office offers people in a varied working culture an increasingly important part of human social contact. What is the office evolution and how will the history of office interiors manifest itself in the 21st century? written by Andrew Tang