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It’s not just a matter of food quality: a good company restaurant must have also a multifuncional location that “spread company’s DNA all over”, where...
From Canteen to Bistrot: a short story of the food in the workplace, symbol of the new ways of working and office experience. from a...
Food is the fundamental ingredient of a comfortable in-between area where it is possible to rest and work at the airport.
Iginio Massari’s gourmet baking can now be enjoyed even inside the groundbreaking branch of Intesa Sanpaolo close to the Duomo in Milan. An uncommon partnership...
Sedus has presented the research i-Enjoy showing how technology will be essential to build a happy working enviroment.
Coffee Point and the comfortable canteen Gourmeet, designed by DEGW.
The restaurant designed by Cino Zucchi at the Lavazza Campus.
How to communicate the company by the territorial culture. Some companies discover that the Italian territory and its artistic heritage, can be an resource of...
A great exhibition by Stefano Mirti at Triennale di Milano to explore the meaning of Living.
Herman Miller and Naugtone launched new products based on the concept “inspiring design”.
Personal productivity, everywhere and at any time: other aspects of smart working.
The anthropologist Gabriele Masi from WOW! gave five practical suggestion to think about creativity
Increased by 14%, smart workers are now 305.000. Especially the big corporations (36%) already have structured projects. The benefits: increased productivity and work-life balance, lower...
The Dieffebi showroom in Milan, during the Brera Design Days, hosted the lecture “Rethink human work, redesign your office” by the trend expert Birgit Gebhardt.
To inspire a Welcome Workplace, AkzoNobel Global Aesthetic Center have identified the colour that better capture the mood of the moment.
WOW! meets the architects that played as DJs at the DJARCH2017 at Herman Miller showroom in Milan.
New smart working trends: from location-independent companies to online-office that simulates the physical workspace.
“Bespoke furniture” used to be for luxury environments only, executive suites or middle-class houses. Then, the “special” alteration was necessary...
An agile approach to cope with the complexity of the job market.