Co-Working Space Design

Co-Working Space Design

by Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui




• 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.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781864707977
Publisher: Images Publishing Dist Ac
Publication date: 11/09/2018
Pages: 272
Product dimensions: 10.00(w) x 12.00(h) x 1.12(d)

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.

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