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etio – Good vibrations in the office.
In the future, contemporary office architecture will put even more emphasis on the requirements for efficient work and communication processes. With etio, Wiesner-Hager has developed an office desking range with emotional appeal that promotes efficient working within a stimulating and energising environment.
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bluebird.space, Salzburg (Austria)
More than just a showroom: We proudly present our New Work Office called "bluebird.space" in cooperation with Pinus at the location of the Panzerhalle Salzburg. This hotspot of the creative scene fits perfectly with our company's positioning, in which creativity and concept orientation play a central role.
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FROM A CARPENTRY SHOP TO A FURNITURE JOINERY. 100 YEARS OF WIESNER-HAGER FURNITURE.
The Wiesner-Hager company dates back to 1849, the year when Josef Wiesner opened up a carpentry shop. Rudolf Wiesner and Sebastian Hager took over the business in 1921. They created a second leg for the company to stand on by setting up a furniture joinery.
Rethink your office: seven scenarios for planning office space after the COVID-19 crisis.
Wiesner-Hager is focusing intensively on the question of what the future path towards New Work might look like, and envisages seven important office work scenarios during and after the corona crisis.
OFFICE ARCHITECTURE IN THE NEW DECADE. AN OFFICE FULL OF TEAM SPIRIT.
Due to the coronavirus, companies will focus on two different strategies in future – socialisation in the virtual space and the joint spirit in the real office. Two experts and five architects take a crystal ball look into the new decade.
MODERN CREATIVE SPACES. HOW ONE BOOSTS CREATIVE POTENTIAL.
Creativity cannot be regulated! But it can be brought into swing. With the right people and an inspiring atmosphere, for example. However, what is also clear is the need for the corporate culture that allows creativity in the first place.