Materials expert Dr. Sascha Peters is responsible for the special exhibition â€śSmart Office Materialsâ€ť at the upcoming ORGATEC. An Interview about the main themes of the exhibition, the importance of new materials for workplaces and office furniture made of tree bark.Â
What are the new spaces for working generations to come look like? Co-working spaces are developing on a global scale with incredible dynamism. An example of a layout can be viewed at the specially designed area “The Smart Co-Working Lobby” at the upcoming ORGATEC â€“ a solution for the conversion of existing office buildings in order to meet the new requirements.
Three questions toÂ Michael O. SchmutzerÂ about flexible office design, new target groups and future trends of the working world. At ORGATEC, the founder and managing director of Design Offices presents his concept of precisely fitting temporary workspaces and is also the curator of the special show “The Smart Coworking Lobby”.Â Schmutzer answers
As a platform for modern working worlds, ORGATEC provides intelligent solutions for the improvement of work environments. The latest technical developments include sensor systems, which adapt rooms to the users and their requirements. In a current study, Haworth analyses how such systems can be sensibly applied.
The magazines â€śDer Facility Managerâ€ť and â€śindustrieBAUâ€ť organise the Workplace Congress with renowned experts at ORGATEC for the second time. The event on 27Â October focuses on the provision of functional and motivating workplaces â€“ a core task of facility management.
A multifunctional outdoor environment will be one of the attractions at the 2016 ORGATEC. â€śDesign meets Movementâ€ś is an entity formed by Linak and involving leading designers from Scandinavia. The exhibition area aims to surprise, inspire and challenge conventional thinking about adjustable furniture by moving interior design â€“ outdoors.
Doriana Fuksas leads Studio Fuksas together with her husband Massimiliano Fuksas. Over the past 40 years the internationally renowned architecture company with headquarters in Rome, Paris and Shenzhen, has completed more than 600 projects. An Interview about todayâ€™s working environments and how permanent values can be created for them.
Our world is increasingly shaped by digital experiences. Work processes are changing rapidly. Does the office as an analogue location still have any meaning in the 21st century?The answer of Ippolito Fleitz Group is a clear Yes. The renowned studio will offer new inspirations and perspectives with the exhibition â€žRE / Workâ€ś at ORGATEC 2016.
The â€śDreischeibenhausâ€ť in DĂĽsseldorf is considered an international icon of modern architecture. The award-winning modernisation by HPP Architects made the office building fit for the future. We asked Joachim H. Faust, managing partner of HPP, three questions concerning the moderate treatment of existing building structures.
Work is changing and architecture is changing with it. Numerous office and administration buildings dating from the recent past no longer correspond to todayâ€™s state of technology and equipment. Current projects respond to the question of demolition or modernisation with creative ideas: instead of opting for demolition or new construction, the concepts combine old and new as inspiring office worlds.