Tag Archives - Enabling Spaces

New Design University – Lunchtime Lectures

At the invitation of the New Design University, Thomas Fundneider used numerous project examples to make the topic “Spaces as enablers for innovation and knowledge processes” tangible: How do spaces have to be designed to support innovation? How much influence does the architectural space have here? Aren’t other spaces – cultural, social, technological spaces –…

Panel discussion – Smart Systems

“Smart” seems to be the buzzword of our time, followed by “sustainable” and “resilient”. Everything is either intelligent or should be intelligent in the future, including our cities (“smart cities”) and our jobs. But what does a city or a workplace actually need to be “smart”? Thomas discussed this topic together with Prof. Ray Ison,…

Great offices that last forever

Interview with managing director Thomas Fundneider about trends in the working world and sustainable offices. Way more interesting than the question of what is changing is the question of what remains the same: “The modern company building could be similar to a monastery. Soleness, silence, the proximity to nature, semi-public spaces such as the cloister…

The office as a strategic instrument

Together with partners (abz*austria, Klaiton, Northcote Recht and Qualysoft) and the management club, theLivingCore has launched the event series “Actively shaping the future | Perspectives for small and medium-sized businesses”. The 3rd Business Breakfast focused on how space can be integrated into corporate strategy as a strategic instrument. Managers and entrepreneurs of medium-sized businesses actively…

Healing hospital architecture

The daily newspaper “Die Presse” interviewed Thomas Fundneider on hospital architecture and the humanistic design of hospital processes: “The interaction between employees, patients and visitors is a decisive factor in ensuring a sense of well-being in a hospital. Am I appreciated as a person in the hospital or am I only perceived as a number?”…