The Disappearing Office.


From technology-driven workplace design to design-driven technology in the workplace.

The technology in our lives has previously necessitated the use and ownership of physical hardware. And technology has changed how we work and live through the architecture we build around it. For instance, the TVs entrance and existance in our homes has changed our domestic architecture and design to fit its space demands, from hiding it in furniture, to creating furniture - altars almost - in order to place it centre stage, to becoming a slim, discreet screen on our wall. 

Yet unlike domestic design, office design has worked more in harmony with computer hardware.



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