OPEN SPACE BY DANIEL JAROSZEK

’70s and ’80s Open Space was about gray, uniformity and architectural normcore, which can not be seen in modern offices. Cult, avant-garde and innovative in the past, nowadays seems to be an old-fashioned holdover of those breakthrough years.

In today’s world of the working space full of colored glass focus rooms, it appears as if it was an outdated relic.

However, it was a critical shift to the functionality and creativity of office space. Style, which undoubtedly revolutionized the current job place. We decided to return to the grey Open Space area, present in such iconic realizations as Mad Men, and together with a photographer put the model in styling balancing between those times and present.

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Check out the full "Open Space" feature by Daniel Jaroszek on vslmag.com

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