An exhibition showcasing the ‘office of the future’ is to launch at Howick Place in Victoria, in collaboration with international design magazine Wallpaper*. The exhibition, at striking new office space Howick Place, rethinks the modern workplace – presenting a radical new vision of how and where we should spend our working lives. Launching for 10 days from 21st March, it is curated by Wallpaper’s editors, working with established and upcoming designers and award-winning architect Adam Khan.
Tony Chambers, Wallpaper* editor-in-chief comments, “The demarcations between work and home are increasingly blurred; we seem to want to domesticate the workplace and make our office environments more friendly and reflect personal tastes. Through this exhibition, we will show how personalised, cleverly domesticated workspaces can encourage creativity, motivation, loyalty and honest graft whilst simultaneously making a subtle but powerful statement about one’s identity as a business.”
Billboard at Wallpaper* Workspace
The Billboard by Theselius/Roth is featured in ‘Wallpaper* Workspace’, an installation revolving around a vision of how and where we should spend our working lives. The idea is to create a work environment, using an architectural element, with personalised spaces that encourage creativity, motivation, loyalty, and honest graft. The installation opens on March 23rd at Howick Place, London, UK, and features three types of Billboards; green, yellow and white with pink grid. See the image above for opening event registration details.