Today, the office is anywhere: in the car, on the train, at home or in the garden. How working in natural surroundings can be organised is demonstrated by drives specialist Linak at the upcoming ORGATEC. From 25 â€“ 29 October, the special area â€śDesign meets Movementâ€ť focuses on surprising open air concepts.
Workplaces are no longer designed in uniform shades of grey. Quite the contrary: there are no limits to creativity in the design of current office furniture. New products inspire with a design that combines functionality with extraordinary shapes and colours â€“ in keeping with the motto of this yearâ€™s ORGATEC: â€śCreativity worksâ€ť.
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
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.
Since the 1990s, Cloud Computing has been discussed as a flexible solution for modern forms of work. However, many companies have regarded the storage of data in a â€ścomputer cloudâ€ť as too unsafe. According to the current Cloud Monitoring by Bitkom, a trend reversal is looming.
Business travellers spend a large part of their time in hotels â€“ and have special demands on hotel equipment and services. Although stylish interiors are important for business hotels, opportunities for working and professional exchange are even more relevant.