Wilkhahn worked closely with studio 1zu33 to design virtual office premises in the middle of Copenhagen’s Nordhavn neighborhood, a former industrial park. As the headquarters of a fictitious publishing house, it illustrates the holistic approach of a human-centered workplace, which could equally be applied anywhere else in the real world. Because office planning that focuses on human beings and their diverse needs also reflects global developments like digitalization, sustainability and healthy working environments.
Take part in the interactive tour
It doesn’t take long to prepare for your trip through the building’s virtual architecture. You can navigate your way easily and interactively on any mobile device. When you take the tour on a smartphone or tablet, you experience the human-centered workplace in virtual reality and choose between various types of navigation by swiping the screen or moving the device. What’s more, numerous touchpoints also provide more information and things to discover about the planning concept and furniture ranges. Additional interactive content about designing workplaces complements the virtual experience during the tour through the human-centered workplace.
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Planning in an unpredictable era: How can an office become a human-centered workplace or a space where people remain productive and enjoy working in tomorrow’s world too? Find out more in our blog post.