Traveling gives amazing opportunity to reboot and energize your creative thinking. Moreover, it broads the area for our continuous design hunting. Therefore, K10 – a fresh coworking in Prague was the first spot on our sightseeing list.
Last week we, together with other professionals, attended Stockholm Furniture Fair and got to see up close what’s new in the design world. Fortunately, Roltrade guests we got a special tour from stand to stand. Here are some bits and pieces of what caught our eye!
The very first project we did for one of our favorite clients, Workspace Oy, is now fully finished. Together with a gorgeous design it revealed the whole value of 3D visualizations!…
Coworking crawling continues!.. As part of our design study we continued visiting coworking places in Helsinki. Here are some more design discoveries we made:
What is the best way to understand design? Test it, of course. Thus, to know even better what works and what doesn’t in a coworking design, we did some proper coworking crawling in Helsinki. Here is the summary of our discoveries!
… What Works in a Coworking Design – ? Coworking Crawling – Part One!
An ongoing revolution of working culture requires new spatial solutions for the changing needs of people. Old-fashioned offices are going through a transformation towards an activity based model. On the other hand, the amount of small enterprises and startups is rapidly increasing. Even though modern technology allows people to work remotely wherever, people still long for social interactions and value the power of collaboration. Shared workplaces or coworkings serve these purposes really well.
Property and construction business is now bustling in a Capital Region of Finland. Among the others rapidly growing companies are constantly looking for new premises. In the end of 2016, we started a collaboration with Aalto University Campus & Real Estate department – ACRE. ACRE offers great unique environments for research, development and teaching.
During the year, part of our projects include improving or setting up new business premises for young companies.
For the second entry for the bathroom interior design competition we went to the dark side of luxury.
One thing we, clearly, love about the competition is there are no budget restrictions. The sky is the limit: large spaces, expensive materials, intricate lighting – bring it on!
Recently, we had the joy to work on luxurious bathroom design concepts as the entries to a joined competition by Salini and 3DDD. Aiming to reach different users we worked on two seemingly opposite styles. However, both of them presenting chic and luxurious bathroom design.