1. Barlow Tyrie – Linear
With its deep proportions, John Farnsworth’s Linear sofa offers a relaxing recline. The frame, of sustainable sourced teak, cradles cushions in 100 percent solution-dyed acrylic fabric and measures 103 inches long, 29 inches high, and 35 inches deep.
Mario Bellini Architect(s) employees worked on this large project since 2003. In 2012 Bologna History Museum finally opened its door to the interested audience. It is located in one of the most historically important houses of the city, built far back in the 14th century, and occupies the first three floors.
Two-floor apartments have the benefits of creating a clear separation between social and private zones.
The featured companies have decided to leave the cubicle farms behind in favor of creative and offices designs. Companies such as Google and Zappos have been highlighted in the past few years but it is evident that the non-traditional office is being adopted by companies of all sizes and industry.