Arcadia; The New Landscape For Work
Creating a new landscape for work taking inspiration from timeless architectural forms. In a world of constant change, the future workspace needs space settings…
Workspace needs to be stimulating, refreshing, and highly adaptable. Fluid, flexible, and future-proof, Arcadia by Spacestor is deceptively simple in concept, using 5 geometric building blocks, engineered for inter-compatibility, to allow the creation of a vast choice of spaces. The patented quick-release joining system means shapes can be reused and reconfigured over and over again. This Enables the effortless creation of a timeless, cosier, and more restful vibe, in a sustainable solution.
Organic design is growing in popularity, filling workspaces with vibrant patterns that encourage the use of natural forms, sustainable materials and minimalism, with neutral colour palettes. Curves and softer design features are timeless, with ancient constructions such as the Colosseum and Greek Agora designed with their architecture drawing inspiration from natural organic forms in their archways and curved lines. Circular in shape, these buildings represented community.
On Tuesday, May 14th we were joined by an awesome panel for our 32nd Insights Live Discussion, which took place live at NeoCon In case you missed it, you can now watch the replay as our dynamic panellists discuss 'Workspace Repurposed: Catering to New Needs'. Check it out here, and register to continue being a part of these discussions
Fluid, flexible, and future-proof. Using 5 classic geometric building blocks, each piece is engineered for inter-compatibility, to allow the creation of a vast choice – from private Cloisters, to spacious Pantheons in almost unlimited combinations. It's organic shapes and soft forms have been specifically crafted to allow instant creation and landscaping of spaces without building walls. Available in a palette of 6 colors, carefully chosen referencing minerals and biophilia.
In a world more uncertain and stressful than ever the future workspace needs space settings that are stimulating, refreshing, and highly adaptable. Curves and softer design features are timeless, with ancient constructions such as the Roman Colosseum and Greek Agora designed with curves in their architecture, drawing inspiration from natural organic forms in their archways and curved lines. Circular in shape, these buildings represented community, bringing together neighbours into one space.