With almost ubiquitous access to the tools and technology work requires, work has become a state of mind. We enter that state of mind whenever and wherever we access work-related data and communications. We enter a digital workspace.
But people do not exist in digital space. People sit, stand, move around, eat, and talk to each other. People are social. People thrive in environments where these very human behaviors are recognized, respected, and encouraged.” —Why Design - Herman Miller
it makes people ask, what’s that red thing? they should have this all around the city.
get ready toronto, TIFF is here!
- Olaf Otto Becker” —
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is it a drawer? is it a shelf?
This interesting piece combines both the function of a drawer and shelf.
Now you can secretly hide all your personal items away from prying eyes!
If no one mentioned it, it just looks like an innocent shelf, until someone comes along and activates it with a magnetic key. I wonder if any magnet will work?
‘clopen’ by torafu architects