This is Frame’s guide to the remote-working revolution.
As offices are forced to redefine their very reason for existence, the January/February 2019 issue of Frame magazine explores alternative spaces to conduct work.
Autonomous cars turn drivers into passengers and allow them to make more productive use of their commute. Airlines redesign their business lounges to include facilities that blend the sociability and productive potential demanded by today’s business community. The company accommodation makes a comeback and the promise of the virtual office is being realised thanks to improved VR and AR technology. The world is becoming well accustomed to the idea that work doesn’t always take place between four walls. Business is traversing the boundaries of space and time.
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Established in 1997, Frame is the world’s leading media brand for interior-design professionals. Its media channels serve as unique sources for novel approaches to the use of colour and material in designing objects and spaces that lead to meaningful experiences, and its publications include Frame magazine as well as numerous books.