|DISCOVER SOME INNOVATIVE DESIGN SOLUTIONS AND A UNIQUE CREATIVE OFFER.
||EXCHANGE WITH WORKSPACE INTERIOR DESIGN EXPERTS.
||MEET THOSE WHO, JUST LIKE YOURSELF, ARE IN THE PROCESS OF DREAMING UP TOMORROW’S WORKPLACES.|
A dedicated zone of around 1,000 m² designed by Philippe Boisselier.
Hall 6 — TODAY.
WORK! brings together a selection of innovative and inspirational brands. In addition to this,
a specific label helps visitors identify the exhibitors at the fair who can provide solutions to their workplace interiors projects.
THE WORK! CONFERENCES
A program of talks to help you understand what’s at stake in these new multipurpose spaces that are part of a diverse market bursting with experimentation and potential.
In partnership with Nespresso.
WORK! BUSINESS MEETINGS
Business meetings between
specialists in interior design / fitting and project instigators, all together in one co-working space. Reservation required before the fair. Subject to availability during the fair.
In partnership with Nespresso, Bene, Cruso, Kinnarps, Moore Design and USM.
WORK! BY KWERK, ESPACE DE WELLWORKINGTM
Kwerk makes good use of its know-how to perfectly encapsulate the spirit of WORK! – a convivial place of sharing and well-being, which also makes you want to work!
The space showcases three essential qualities of WELLWORKINGTM:
1. Collaboration (a stimulating and creative environment),
2. Concentration (furniture well-suited to a better quality working experience),
3. Time to switch off (yoga, cardio & guided meditation).
In partnership with Tarkett, Linéa, Varia France and Muratto .
WELCOME WORK! BY ALEXIS TRICOIRE
In the entrance to Hall 6, Alexis Tricoire presents his innovative, plant-based hybrid objects that fulfil the functions of waiting and work. It’s an opportunity to experience the well-being that comes from nature and an ideal introduction to WORK!
In partnership with: Fermob, PlantAssistance and Chris Morin-Eitner.
MAISON&OBJET conducted a survey amongst Les Echos – Le Parisien MÉDIAS’ readers in an effort to understand how today’s new way of working is affecting the way in which our workspaces and office furnishings are designed.
How does the office space nurture the brand?
Does an attractive office space affect productivity?
Spurred on by the ever growing number of startup companies; the way we work and the way we relate to work has gradually shifted and been set free from the traditional constraints of location. Work has become more nomadic, collaborative, informal and convivial. An office is no longer just an office, it can be thought of as a home away from home, a multifunctional place where working is just one of the many things one can do, in addition to meeting and interacting with other people, relaxing, sharing meals with colleagues, or simply having fun.
Co-working spaces started the trend, but big businesses were quick to follow suit realising that these spaces were also an innovative way of displaying their style and corporate values. Cafes, hotels, museums and other public spaces have also taken to the trend as a way of attracting a new public. Creating atypical, convivial and carefully designed workplaces has become a must: the office is turning into a rich and diverse space where design is as important as in the home.
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