Thursday Link Round Up: February 12, 2015
As we continue through our cold, dark, and snowy Midwest winter, it’s hard not to dream about green leaves and bright sunshine. This week’s link round up is full of articles about workplace designs that bring sun, fun, and foliage into the office, along with new design and technology integration, and Architecture news. Check out this week’s links and let us know how you are bringing the outside into your workplace!
- Jon Jerde, founder and chairman of The Jerde Partnership, has passed away, according to Archinect.
- BIG, Heatherwick and The Living named among Fast Company’s most innovative architectural practices of 2015, on ArchDaily.
- A caviar warehouse converted into a loft by architect Andrew Franz, featured on contemporist.com
- 10 modern prefabs we’d love to call home, on Design Milk.
Design + Technology:
- Bureau de Change combines furniture with digital projections for second Made.com showroom, according to Dezeen Magazine.
- Choi+Shine Architects introduces the BIT Light, a magnetic modular lighting system, featured on ArchDaily.
- It’s always fake-sunny under a high-tech faux skylight, on curbed.com.
- SPA theme as inspiration for the energetic Google offices in Budapest, according to Freshome.
- How 1,000 plants, a greenhouse bubble, and Stella McCartney could change the way we work, on Fast Company.
- In the office of the future, you’ll scale a climbing wall to harvest your lunch, on Fast Co. Exist.
- Think of sunnier days ahead with this floating “Walk-On” balcony, featured on Archinect.
- “Adults” in London are visiting a giant ball pit during lunch, according to curbed.com
- Apple is spending $850 Million on its newest project, according to Inc.com.