At ArchDaily we recognize that design can not only improve the quality of life in the workplace (in essence, one’s home away from home), but it can also do so much more. Design can induce creative collisions, give workers the space they need to combine their resources and energies, can increase production, and make innovation –and even fun—a part of our daily routine. That’s why we have partnered with HP to recognize the projects that are pushing the boundaries of workplace design, creating remarkable spaces for work, and to foster experimentation among students and encourage them to think about the workplace of the future.
We received close to 150 entries by professionals and students from around the world. The jury of HP Experts chose their favorites, and our readers also had the chance to vote for the People's Choice Award. All of the winners will receive HP printers and cash prizes, courtesy of our partner HP.
Innovation Challenge Winners
Public Shared Workspace at miLES Storefronts
Architecture Commons PLLC
miLES storefronts are a network of public shared workspace of multiple uses: co-working, classes, events, pop-up shops, and anything you can imagine. The untapped and seemingly minute spaces within our neighborhood are used as the most public frontier for the intersection of different forms of production within our society. Occupying in between the genre of coffee-shop and office: one public an...
Ecole Spéciale d'Architecture
Let’s POP-UP! Unchangeable workplace drives us boring and makes us lose our passion to create. Actually, we will find that every space is not used at any moment in the office. When we sometimes don’t need them, they are still there, occupying and wasting space that is already limited. The workplace should have the alternative character. Our propose tries creating the workplace that can be fo...
People's Choice Winners
The People's Choice Award was chosen by more than 3600+ readers that voted via Facebook, and choose ITESM'S Center For Innovation and Strategic Development of Products (CIDEP) as the winner for the Professional category, and Floating Park as the winner for the Students category.