Future of Work

These designs could be coming to an office near you

Office chairs are stacked together on a stand at the 100% Design Exhibition at Earl's Court in London September 18, 2013.   REUTERS/Andrew Winning  (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) - LM1E99I12TG01

What makes the perfect office design? Image: REUTERS/Andrew Winning

Sarah Dawood
Deputy Editor, Design Week
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Photobox's new office at Herbal House, London. Image: Oktra
Toyota's GB headquarters in Epsom, Surrey. Image: Toyota
WeTransfer's head office in Amsterdam. Image: WeTransfer
Ikea's Wembley Office. Image: RG Group
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Bang & Olufsen's head office in Struer, Denmark. Image: Bang & Olufsen
Dyson's head office in Malmesbury, UK. Image: Glassdoor
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