In this day and age, we’re all looking for tech tools that not only increase our productivity but also speak to our design sensibility. That’s why, today, we’ve put together this list of the top 10 tech tools that are perfect for the modern office.
Place for Trace' is a desk object that was designed specially for architects to hold a roll of tracing paper and up to 15 pens or pencils. But that doesn't mean it is for architects only. It's a great accessory for anyone's desk that can hold any items usually found scattered around a desk; keys, coins, pens.. etc.…
Leaf-it sticky notes give your workspace an organic vibe that's fun and cheery rather than that cluttered/disorganized/forgetful look you get from those bright yellow square notes. Available in green and brown, with a few variations on shape, size, and color.…
Korean company DesignMAXX has launched Your Pebbles, stackable silicon pebble-inspired blobs that can be used to prop up your electronics. The “Your Pebbles” are also hollow on one side so that you can put stuff inside of them, like paper clips or tacks.
I may have to rethink my future plans if it means I get one of these ever so fancy home offices. Now this is a trend I can get behind.
Design/milk: "We noticed a trend going on these days: offices in the backyard! The convenience of just walking rather than driving to work is too good to pass up. Check out these backyard offices that allow people to get… Continue
On behalf of the Macquarie Group, Clive Wilkinson Architects implemented a radical, large-scale workplace design that leverages mobility, transparency, multiple tailor-made work settings, destination work plazas, follow-me technology, and carbon neutral systems. The result is part space station, part cathedral, and part vertical Greek village.
Silly? Yes. Geeky? You betcha. Good enough to put up on theMET? Sure. In this latest advertising attempt by Microsoft, we get this amusing movie trailer for Windows 2010. I'm sure you'll laugh at least…
Added by alice on July 14, 2009 at 9:59am —
Sometimes I wish I still worked in a typical office so I could put up signs like these on my door. Richard Tipping created Art Poem Road Signs, a funny take on classic road signs. Tipping described an art poem as "a hybrid, made between word and image, between text and context, between verbal graphics and signs, a mix of poetry and art."… Continue
Added by alice on July 8, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Next time your boss pissed you off just bust out one of these hilarious file folders and take it into a meeting. You'll either get a few chuckles or be fired immediately. Just don't blame me if you get fired. (But I'll take the credit if you get a few laughs or get promoted for your wit and bravery!)
Sitting in my makeshift home office, I long for the day when I can create an office as beautiful as this! By Molly Luetkemeyer's M. Design Interiors, this office is modern and hip without being stuffy and boring. You can tell that Molly's worked with the one and only Kelly Wearstler (of the Viceroy, Avalon Hotel and Maison 140) because she has a similar point of view.… Continue
Tired of staring at your boring Mead folder? Want to jazz it up, make your desk all pretty and feel excited about work? Well, then you may need a new job. Kidding! How about changing it up by getting organized with some modern office supplies?
Right now, See Jane Work is offering 25% off their entire site!…
Founded 50 years ago, Father's Office is famous for their signature burgers, sweet potato fries, and an eclectic variety of beer from all over the world. Never has a burger, fries, and beer paired up so well. The establishment is so confident that you'll savor every last bit of your burger, that they won't allow any substitution or customize to it. (no ketchup available) The original F.O, located in Santa Monica, has a max capacity of 76 people, while… Continue