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Unsplash: Workspaces Inspiration

Unsplash: Workspaces Inspiration

Our last Workspaces Inspiration had a lot of great buzz. Thanks for the love everyone! We decided to make another collection hand-picked from Unsplash. In today's collection, we are featuring the latest from Ugmonk with his viral minimal, modular organizer (who raised over than 430K on Kickstarter) called: Gather. To learn more, please check out gathersystem.com. More Links For more, check out Unsplash Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Unsplash Image by Jeff Sheldon Image by Domenico Loia Image by Kara Michelle Image by Kari Shea Image by Bench Accounting Image by Johnson Wang Image by Breather Image by Hutomo Abrianto Image by Sabri Tuzcu Image by Andrew Worley Image by Andreas Palmer Image by Gabriel Beaudry Image by Jay Wennington Image by Marcus Loke Image by Annie Spratt

Cool Tech: Microsoft's Surface Hub 2, the future of teamwork space

Cool Tech: Microsoft's Surface Hub 2, the future of teamwork space

Let's just say that Microsoft is innovating, it's a bold statement but they are at the "Avant Garde" with launching really interesting products that can possibly the way we work. It's quite impressive to be honest, I wish their native apps would have better integration to Mac for example. Oh well! They are introducing today the Microsoft's Surface Hub 2. It's optimized for teams that want to connect, collab and produce by using Microsoft tools like the Whiteboard, Teams and all integrated with the cloud. Make sure to get a glimpse by watching the video. Teams come in all shapes and sizes. They can be local or spread across the globe. People are your biggest investment – and your most valuable asset. To transform from collaboration to true teamwork, you need to invest in tools that bring out their best in the conference room, in a team space, in any space. Get a glimpse More Links Learn more about Microsoft's Surface Hub 2 Microsoft's Surface Hub 2

More Workspaces Inspiration hand-picked from Unsplash

More Workspaces Inspiration hand-picked from Unsplash

It's been again a little while since our last article on Workspaces Inspiration. Usually, I would find my picks via Pinterest but it's not great. The images are pretty low in resolution and the images aren't well credited for our purposes. I thought about giving a little surf on Unsplash and wow was I surprised. There are a lot of high-quality images and the experience is much friendlier than what's out there. Here it is, check out my picks for this "More Workspaces Inspiration", hope you will like it. In this collection we are featuring the images from Christine Donaldson, Gabriel Beaudry, Jens Kreuter, Green Chameleon and more. More Links For more, check out Unsplash Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram via Unsplash Image by Christine Donaldson Image by Gabriel Beaudry Image by Jens Kreuter Image by Green Chameleon Image by Domenico Loia Image by Claus Grünstäudl Image by Grovemade Image by Rafal Jedrzejek Image by James McDonald Image by Vadim Sherbakov Image by Oliur Rahman Image by Annie Spratt Image by Atanas Tsvetkov Image by Nikolay Tarashchenko Image by Michał Kubalczyk Image by Mia Baker

Workspaces Inspiration: Some Ideas to spice up your productivity

Workspaces Inspiration: Some Ideas to spice up your productivity

One in a while, we will throw together an Office Inspiration feature to spice up your next workspace idea. Is this something you would like to see more often on ABDZ? Let us know via Twitter. Here we are, back at with another collection of workspaces inspiration. We tried to go in different directions and we were also aiming at picking specific items in the decor that you might find useful for your productivity. Hope you will like it! More Links Follow my tweets @aoirostudio Follow my pictures on Instagram Workspaces Inspiration via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest via Pinterest

33,000sqft Coworking Offices in Hong Kong

33,000sqft Coworking Offices in Hong Kong

The rise of coworking offices and independent entrepreneurs are a thing of a near future. A style of work that is surrounded by a shared environment can be beneficial our one's growth, especially with different organizations on the same roof. We are featuring this beautiful and modern looking 33,000sqft Coworking Offices in Hong Kong for The Work Project. Designed by Bean Buro, you are walking into 4 floors of shared spaces and I gotta admit that vertical garden is just splendid to look at. Imagine working surrounded with an inspiration botanical set. Wow! This office has been designed by Bean Buro, a team led by Lorène Faure and Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui and providing architecture, interior, installation, furniture, product and planning design services. You should definitely check out their work at beanburo.com Photo Gallery   Credits Design: Bean Buro Client: The Work Project Images via Office Snapshots

Inside the NYC Squarespace HQ

Inside the NYC Squarespace HQ

I am a true believer that having the right workspace can really benefit to your productivity and creativity. Especially when your company/employer takes the time to design their space to allow their employees with sofas, moodboard walls, 5à7 and even a terrasse. We are pretty happy to share an inside look at the new Squarespace HQ. Located in the is in the historic building formerly known as the Maltz Building, which was constructed in 1926. This new space honors Squarespace’s clean and minimalistic aesthetic. As I quote:”Now, decades later, we're now proudly carrying the torch with our goal of allowing more people to express their ideas freely on the web.”. Give it a look, it’s quite beautiful and can’t stop appreciating the atmosphere. While most tech companies have attempted to combine their workplaces with adult playgrounds, we took a slightly different approach. Our goal was to create an environment in which creativity, comfort, and collegiality could coexist. Moreover, as a company known for its dedication to design, we wanted to ensure that our new office reflected our identity. We’ve transformed our lobby – once an old loading bay – into an entryway that celebrates the work of some of today’s most talented artists. One of the artists represented in our space is Emil Lukas, a Squarespace customer.   More information: https://www.squarespace.com.

Workspaces Inspiration

Workspaces Inspiration

I recently met with an ergonomic expert about some thoughts on how we and I spent our entire day working on our computers through phone, notifications, distractions, meetings, emails and whatnot. Really interesting because you wouldn't pay attention but they do make a big difference in the long run. I can share some tips in my upcoming post but for now, let's just sick back and enjoy with some  Workspaces Inspiration. Taking the time to work in an efficient & stress-free environment can make a huge impact in your productivity. By Reinventor By bigfanagency By ultralinx By designchaser By vedadcolicdizajn By minimalsetups By minimalsetups By karolortyl (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); By minimalsetups By minimalsetups By minimalsetups By Satechi By esymai By melanieabrantesdesigns By Ugmonk

The Red Town Office by Taranta Creations

Once I met the work of Taranta Creations then I went to see how was their work environment... everything is explained. The space is simply amazing and we can breath creativity in all corners! The office is located in Shagai, China, and they call it Red Town Office. Some peculiarities are noteworthy like the workspasces that are blended in the wooden floors and a beautiful red staircase that connects the two floors. The concept of modern and futuristic is highlighted in the two floors, also showing the different functions of each space. This large ‘work floor’ invites the designers to use the space for walking, sketching, meeting, modelling, thinking, drafting, sitting and relaxing. This kind of informal interpretation of office space encourages cross-pollination between the different projects and disciplines. - Taranta Creations Thanks homedit.com for the tip!

Where We Work - Giveaway Winner

Today we will announce the winner of the Where We Work book. A book for those who loves offices, who are amazed by the creativity of some companies to create fantastic work places... the book presents a collection of creative offices around the world. The author of this collection is Ian McCallam, creator of the blog This Ain't No Disco. This book goes far beyond simply selecting some offices, it shows us a little of concept of each company, floor plants of the spaces and carefully chosen pictures, everything did with a tastefully layout on every single page, bringing even more beauty for each one of these offices. Whether the concepts are personal, indulgent or simply well thought out, Where We Work showcases a variety of offices where the pursuit of imagination is the driving force. The Winner Some days ago we published a giveaway for this book. And the luck guy is: Jimmie Österberg Congratulations Jimmie, we will get in touch with you soon! If you want to know something bore about the book and need to buy your copy right now, go ahead and visit thisaintnodisco.com/book/. More about the book Showcasing forty-five of the world’s most extravagant and inspiring work environments from internationally acclaimed and recognized agencies within the advertising, media and design industry, Where We Work explores how creative agencies transform lifeless commercial spaces into bastions of creativity, offering inspiring interiors and visual insight into the breadth and depth of each agency’s thinking. Spaces that not only inspire, but invite us to re-evaluate our lives from nine to five. To complement the visual showcase of interior design, Where We Work provides an in-depth look at the direction and thought processes behind each agency’s work environment, giving important insight into current and future trends of creative office interior design from some of the world’s most creative companies.

Where We Work - Book Giveaway

Where We Work is a book for those who loves offices, who are amazed by the creativity of some companies to create fantastic work places... the book presents a collection of creative offices around the world. And fortunately we have one book to giveaway! The author of this collection is Ian McCallam, creator of the blog This Ain't No Disco. This book goes far beyond simply selecting some offices, it shows us a little of concept of each company, floor plants of the spaces and carefully chosen pictures, everything did with a tastefully layout on every single page, bringing even more beauty for each one of these offices. Whether the concepts are personal, indulgent or simply well thought out, Where We Work showcases a variety of offices where the pursuit of imagination is the driving force. About the Giveaway And we'll be giving away 1 Where We Work book to our readers. To win simply drop us a comment bellow telling what is the most amazing office you ever seen, share your opinion with everyone, that is it. We will pick one of you and the winner will be announced on 11/03. Good luck guys! If you want to know something bore about the book or don't want to wait if you will win the giveaway and need to buy your copy right now, go ahead and visit thisaintnodisco.com/book/. More about the book Showcasing forty-five of the world’s most extravagant and inspiring work environments from internationally acclaimed and recognized agencies within the advertising, media and design industry, Where We Work explores how creative agencies transform lifeless commercial spaces into bastions of creativity, offering inspiring interiors and visual insight into the breadth and depth of each agency’s thinking. Spaces that not only inspire, but invite us to re-evaluate our lives from nine to five. To complement the visual showcase of interior design, Where We Work provides an in-depth look at the direction and thought processes behind each agency’s work environment, giving important insight into current and future trends of creative office interior design from some of the world’s most creative companies.