• Over 40 case studies of actual award-winning co-working spaces
• In-depth analysis of best practices in designing co-working space
Shared workspaces, better known as 'co-working spaces' have grown in popularity as an alternative to the traditional office filled with cubicles. To help designers and architects take advantage of this evolution in workplace environment, Co-Working Space Design includes 43 examples of excellent co-working spaces along with an introduction detailing how designing for a co-working space differs from traditional offices. This book is a great choice for designers wishing to know more about the latest in office design as well as business owners who want to experiment with their office layout to improve productivity.
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About the Author
Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui studied architecture at The Bartlett School of Architecture UCL in London, and is a UK ARB and RIBA chartered architect. Between 2003 and 2013, he worked on a number of award- winning projects with prestigious practices in London while concurrently working as a visiting design lecturer at the Bartlett School of Architecture London UCL, The Royal College of Art, Oxford Brookes University, and London South Bank University. He co-founded the architectural design practice Bean Buro in Hong Kong with Lorène Faure in 2013 to continue their development in cross-cultural designs. The practice has since produced a string of successful projects. Bean Buro has been awarded Silver Winner in the Asia Pacific Interior Design Award 2015, Runner Up in Architizer A+ Awards 2015, and multiple Gold and Silver awards in the A'Design Awards three years in a row.